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You have all probably heard this a million times.My sister-in-law has just moved into a new house.She wants some lights changing in the kitchen,i'm not Part P but the bloke i work for is.Can i change the lights without notifying anyone.It's a rented house and the owner has said she can have the fittings changed as long as the person doing it is Part P registered.:confused:
 
i suspect the owner doesnt know what part p is and is just trying to sound smart
changing a light is fine just explain to the owner that you are qualified and swapping a light is not covered by part p or notifiable
 
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acat

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Yep I agree basically you are changing lights for lights a straightforward job that not notifialbe even if its in a kitchen

Chris
 
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spark1

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Yep I agree basically you are changing lights for lights a straightforward job that not notifialbe even if its in a kitchen

Chris

Providing they are not being changed to ELV lights with seperate wired transformers, then I agree !
 
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