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Hi chaps.
I have built a summer house circa 30m away from my CU in the garage. I need to run 6mm swa cable to it so I can have lights, tv etc in it.
What am I allowed to do?
Can I bury the cable myself and get a spark to wire it up both ends as that would save some labour cost.

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If the spark is happy then yes.

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If the spark is happy then yes.

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Sparks are always happy for someone else to dig the trench and lay the cable.


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