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Are there an reg for cables being above a plasterboard ceiling?

Pricing a job to move a kitchen to the other end of the house. I thought about running a 16mm T&E to a submain board instead of running 4/5 circuits back.

The old kitchen ceiling ceiling is coming down and the rest would be ran in trunking to the new kitchen. So a mixture of above a ceiling/clipped direct/in trunking

I cant see a reg other than buried in a wall that would apply..... it wont pass through any bathrooms either

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