We have an old outside tolet attached to the back of the house. It no longer contains the toilet, it currently contains the washing machine, water stop cock, and we hope to have the central heating bioler fitted there in the years to come.
The toilet is made of brick and has a tiled roof.
The doorway to the toilet exits outside, so one has to walk from the back door to this room (about 1.5m)
The original wiring to this area is not great and needs replacing.
I am not sure if this building counts as a seperate building and therefor should have its own seperate feed from the CU ?
Is this building still part of the main house therefor I can wire it using a fused spur from the down stairs ring main?
this is an area that is very open to interpretation so I don't think you will be far wrong either way.
I'm about to wire up a similar set up on friday and I'll be doing it as an RCD protected fused spur.
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