Drylining internal wall over pipework

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I am in the middle of a project that includes a little bit of drylining - I have some plumbing run on the surface of a bare brick internal wall and am going to be drylining this wall to A) cover the plumbing and B) finish the wall.
When drylining an internal wall, do I still need a vapour barrier? I am guessing that I don't as there shouldn't be a temperature differential...
Anything else I need to consider with regards plumbing (other than the obvious not running a screw through the pipes!)
 
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Sounds good to me. I'd use 12.5mm boards making sure the pipes had good clearance behind the boards, and that's about it from me. :LOL: Anyone else on this one?
 
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