Fair enough.Application does make reference to part P, 17th edition, inspection and testing. (only thought to look after these replied mind While BCO was satisfied that the works were not "notifiable", he would still require evidence of testing and mentioned a "BS7671 certificate", to which I asked if a MWC was acceptable and he seemed to say yes. No issue with this being done by someone who is not registered tho.
Indeed - but bear in mind ('for the future') that, if you're in England, there is now very little work which is notifiable. The most common notifiable work is probably a 'new circuit', and it's often possible to get a self-certifying electrician to install a very limited new circuit, and then you can subsequently 'extend' that circuit (which is not notifiable) if you so wish.FWIW he also mentioned that any "part P notifiable" work will always incur a minimum £400 for the council's subcontracted electrician to inspect etc, which he said makes it "never worth your while" to do it that way, which reading other part P stuff online didnt surprise me much but is useful to know for future ref.
Kind Regards, John