Replacing Oven/Hob - Located in a breakfast bar island

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Ah, thats perfect as an additional socket would be useful at the end of the breakfast bar!<retractable+worktop+socket>

Nice idea, I did consider one of these, but they're a bit flimsy unless you spend a lot on them.

This ( is perfect as it gives me accessible switched isolation for the hub/oven, as well as providing a single socket for occasional use - both in a convenient and easily accessible location.
Thank you to everyone that responded in this thread, I finally got around to wiring it this weekend, the oven and hob are fitted and working beautifully and I even have a handy plug socket at the end of the island which I hadn't considered having before.

Still lots to do in this kitchen, but its coming on quickly now and this forum is an awesome resource to help DIYers like me.

The fitted oven and hob:

The plug socket and isolation for the oven/hob at the end/rear of the breakfast bar.

The wiring installed at the rear of the oven cavity, in this photo the cover for the junction box isn't installed.

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