the wifey has opted for a new kitchen which means the layout is going to change somewhat. I'm fine with the plumbing aspects but want to check with you guys on the leccy bits of the change. Am I ok to re-use the cooker isolator? Its a switched type and currently connected to a stand alone. The new cooker/hob will be of the built in variety and obviously come as separate entities. This isolator also has a switched socket to it as well. Would I be better to go for a new cooker isolator? I also need to move a double socket point as its in the wrong place. I won't be adding a spur, just moving the cable a bit further along and dropping it down from the ceiling.
Am I ok to do both of these myself and then have them checked?
Also like to know how far leccy outlet points need to be from a sink a cooker to be safe.