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Message started by L.Spark on Jan 5th, 2005, 12:25pm

Title: Welcome to the DIY Electrical Section
Post by L.Spark on Jan 5th, 2005, 12:25pm

Welcome To The DIY Electrical Forum

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January 2005 saw the introduction of a new part to the building regulations, known as part-p 'electrical safety in dwellings', this places legal duty on the person requiring electrical work undertaken to ensure they use a registered electrician, or alternative notify the council in advance of any work being carried out. The council will then inspect the installers work to ensure it is in compliance with electrical & building regulations. For more information about this law and how it may affect you please click on the link below [url];action=display;num=1104927928]DIY Electrical Work And The Law[/url].

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