It sounds as if it would be wise to get that checked. As I've said, provided that the cable is rated to carry at least 32A (taking into account the way in which it has been routed), the circuit should be fine for your requirements - in fact, in reality, for virtually any domestic cooking set-up.Many thanks John. The building I live in wasn't originally a domestically dwelling. It was gutted and converted in 1999, so that is the age of the wiring, consumer unit and all within. I therefore assume the cooker cabling is adequate, but it's worth checking.
Kind Regards, John