One of my bathroom walls is a stud wall, the outside of which is the landing/upstairs hall area which has a normal socket at the usual height.
Can I spur off this directly upwards in the plaster board cavity and connect a shaver socket inside the bathroom? (ie the other side of the stud wall and hall socket, just higher up so its above a shelf in the bathroom)
DO I need anything else apart fromt he twin and earth for the spur and obviously the shaver socket? The existing socket is RCD protected. Basically, do I need a fuse unit etc etc or will the above suffice?
I am not looking for Part P advice as this is in hand.