Hi, Can you advise please. I am installing a grid switch with 3x20A switches - one for a dishwasher, one for a washing machine and one for a tumble dryer. I have a 13A socket next to the grid switch location witch is on the ring main. I am now trying to think of the best way to wire this up. These are my thoughts so far: 1 Take a spur off the ring main into the grid switch. 2 Connect the earth cable from the spur to the appliance earth feed cables using the earth terminal on the grid frame. 3 Connect the neutral cable from the spur via a terminal block in the backbox to the appliance feed cables 4 connect the line from the spur to each of the 20A switches with the line feed to each of the appliances. Each appliance will be protected by a fuse in it's plug as each appliance feed wire will go to a separate socket into which the appliance will be plugged. I'm using 2.5mmsq twin & earth cable throughout. IS THIS SAFE AND DOES IT ADHERE TO WIRING REGS? Thanks for your replies.