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No.15

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Is this a test?! :eek:

*whispers 'No' and don't make anything worse off than before (except possibly someone's bank balance :D)
 
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montybaber

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Nah :) just never thought it was before but came across a site which states it is :confused:
confused as normal, and a little worried lol
 
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Shakey

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Well the Approved Document to Part P of the Buildings Regs 2000 which I am staring at says it isnt notifiable:)
 
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dixon9

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Well, that link says that IT IS notifiable (I think? - Doesn´t mention "upgrading" but...)


The list below describes the types of electrical installation work and locations that require advance notification to your local authority's Building Control department.

Type of work

Location

  • New installation, rewire or partial rewire
  • New consumer unit
  • One or more new circuits
  • Extension to circuit (in kitchen, special location*/installation**)
  • Main/supplementary equipotential bonding
 
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PAUL M

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on my NIC building regs notification site ther is a list of work that as been carried out and you click on what work you have done,equipotrential bonding is on that list,
 
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Grae79

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believe it used to be notifiable when part p first introduced...was changed to non-notifiable mid 2006 something like that
 
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