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Aqua Matt White Single Ceiling Recessed Spotlight IP44 using 1 x 6W Max LED GU10 Dimmable, Astro Lighting 1393007

Aqua Matt White Single Ceiling Recessed Spotlight IP44 using 1 x 6W Max LED GU10 Dimmable, Astro Lighting 1393007

This is the Astro Lighting 6152 Aqua single spotlight (SKU 1393007) for surface mounting on the ceil..

Model: AX6172

£56.55 Ex. VAT

Mashiko 400 Square LED Bathroom Light in Bronze IP44 rated 27.4W 3000K LED for Ceiling Lighting Astro 1121069

Mashiko 400 Square LED Bathroom Light in Bronze IP44 rated 27.4W 3000K LED for Ceiling Lighting Astro 1121069

The Bronze Mashiko 400 Square LED (SKU 1121069), manufactured by Astro Lighting, is a large, square ..

Model: AX8497

£363.27 Ex. VAT

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 White Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 White Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

This is the Integral LED Evofire ILDLFR70D001-4 70mm cutout IP65 rated and Fire Rated Downlight comp..

Model: EVOWH

£5.65 Ex. VAT

Zeppo Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and white Globe Glass IP44 300mm diameter E27/ES 12W LED, Astro 1176001

Zeppo Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and white Globe Glass IP44 300mm diameter E27/ES 12W LED, Astro 1176001

This is the Astro Lighting 0830 Zeppo flush ceiling light (SKU 1176001), part of the stylish Zeppo r..

Model: AX0830

£127.40 Ex. VAT

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 Satin Nickel Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 Satin Nickel Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

This is the Integral LED Evofire ILDLFR70D002-4 70mm cutout IP65 rated and Fire Rated Downlight comp..

Model: EVOSN

£6.23 Ex. VAT

Mashiko 300 Classic Square Bathroom Light in Polished Chrome for Wall / Ceiling IP44 E27 60W Dimmable, Astro 1121005

Mashiko 300 Classic Square Bathroom Light in Polished Chrome for Wall / Ceiling IP44 E27 60W Dimmable, Astro 1121005

This wall / ceiling light is the Astro Lighting Mashiko 300 Classic bathroom square fitting (1121005..

Model: AX0681

£146.25 Ex. VAT

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 Black Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

Ultra Thin Fire Rated IP65 Black Round Fixed Downlight with GU10 Lampholder 70mm cutout Integral LED Evofire

This is the Integral LED Evofire ILDLFR70D028 70mm cutout IP65 rated and Fire Rated Downlight comple..

Model: EVOBK

£7.00 Ex. VAT

Mashiko 300 Square LED Bathroom Light in Polished Chrome for Ceiling Lighting IP44 15.9W 2700K LED, Astro 1121040

Mashiko 300 Square LED Bathroom Light in Polished Chrome for Ceiling Lighting IP44 15.9W 2700K LED, Astro 1121040

This ceiling light is the Astro Lighting 7942 Mashiko 300 LED bathroom square fitting (1121040), par..

Model: AX7942

£124.37 Ex. VAT

Profile Round Flush Bathroom Ceiling Light in Chrome and Opal Glass Diffuser 32cm Dia Firstlight 5756CH

Profile Round Flush Bathroom Ceiling Light in Chrome and Opal Glass Diffuser 32cm Dia Firstlight 5756CH

This is the Firstlight 5756CH Profile round flush ceiling light, a flush bathroom light with a chrom..

Model: 5756CH

£142.80 Ex. VAT

Dakota 180 Flush Bathroom Wall/Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser E14/SES IP44 Astro 1129006

Dakota 180 Flush Bathroom Wall/Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser E14/SES IP44 Astro 1129006

The Astro Lighting Dakota 180 is a bathroom wall or ceiling light in a polished chrome finish (SKU 1..

Model: AX0843

£22.10 Ex. VAT

EvoFire Mini Fire Rated Downlight 45mm Cutout IP65 White Round for MR11 12V GU4 or MR11 240V GU10 Lamps (requires Lampholder and LED Lamp)

EvoFire Mini Fire Rated Downlight 45mm Cutout IP65 White Round for MR11 12V GU4 or MR11 240V GU10 Lamps (requires Lampholder and LED Lamp)

This is the Integral LED ILDLFR45D037 EvoFire Mini Fire Rated Downlight 45mm Cutout IP65 White Round..

Model: EVOMINIW

£6.15 Ex. VAT

Vetro Square Black LED Downlight IP65 rated 6W 3000K Warm White, Dimmable LED Recessed Light Astro 1254017

Vetro Square Black LED Downlight IP65 rated 6W 3000K Warm White, Dimmable LED Recessed Light Astro 1254017

This is the Astro Lighting 5755 Vetro square downlight in black coming with an integral LED lamp of ..

Model: AX5755

£37.63 Ex. VAT

Dakota 300 Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser IP44 1x12W max. LED E27/ES, Astro 1129001

Dakota 300 Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser IP44 1x12W max. LED E27/ES, Astro 1129001

The Astro Lighting Dakota 300 is a bathroom ceiling light in a polished chrome finish (SKU 1129001)...

Model: AX0564

£60.45 Ex. VAT

Dakota 300 LED Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser IP44 16.1W 2700K LED, Astro 1129007

Dakota 300 LED Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome and Glass Diffuser IP44 16.1W 2700K LED, Astro 1129007

The Astro Lighting 7934 Dakota 300 LED is a bathroom ceiling light in a polished chrome finish (SKU ..

Model: AX7934

£93.28 Ex. VAT

Denver Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome with White Globe Diffuser IP44 Astro 1038001

Denver Bathroom Ceiling Light in Polished Chrome with White Globe Diffuser IP44 Astro 1038001

This is the Astro Lighting 0320 Denver bathroom ceiling light that comes in a polished chrome finish..

Model: AX0323

£35.75 Ex. VAT

Denver Bathroom Ceiling Light in Matt Black with White Globe Diffuser IP44 Astro 1038005

Denver Bathroom Ceiling Light in Matt Black with White Globe Diffuser IP44 Astro 1038005

This is the Astro Lighting 0320 Denver bathroom ceiling light comes in a matt black finish with a wh..

Model: AX0305

£36.40 Ex. VAT

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What is Part P of the Building Regulations and How it Affects Us

You may have heard of Part P of the Building Regulations; in this article, we want to delve into what it covers, how it affects us, and what needs to be done in case of electrical wiring alterations at home. In 2005 the UK Government introduced electrical safety rules into the Building Regulations for England and Wales. According to these regulations, most fixed electrical installation work in homes must meet the Building Regulations (by law).Continue reading this guide to find out more about:What is Part P of the Building Regulations?What are the Special Locations covered by Part P?How to make sure Electrical Work Meets the Requirements of Part P?How does Part P of the Building Regulations affect Me?What To Do when Electrical Installation Work needs to be Carried out in My Home?Why use a Government-approved Part-P Electrician?Part P of the Building Regulations - Further information In particular, Part P of the Building Regulations states that anyone who carries out electrical installation work in a home has to make sure that this work is designed and installed to protect people from electric shocks and fire. For example, if you want to make any changes to an existing electrical installation, including any parts that have been rewired, all such works need to be done by a Part P-certified competent person. Then, in 2013 further changes were introduced, reducing the range of electrical installation work that is notifiable; these new regulations removed some requirements in the kitchen and outdoors. What is Part P of the Building Regulations?Part P of the Building Regulations makes sure that, in the design and installation of electrical installations in the home, people are protected when operating, maintaining, and altering the installations from fire and injury. In particular, in areas and zones in the bathroom, there has to be appropriate protection against mechanical and thermal damage, and the electrical installations and wiring need to be done in a safe way, so as not to present an electric shock or fire hazard to people. Part P of the Building Regulations in particular addresses electrical work and rewiring done in the bathroom, any addition or alteration to an existing circuit in a special location, the installation of a new circuit, and the replacement of a consumer unit; all these need to be done by a competent electrical person. What is non-notifiable is any other work such as additions or alterations to existing installations outside special locations, maintenance, replacement, and repair work. At Sparks we distribute a wide range of Hager Consumer Units (with the required RCDs, MCBs, and RCBOs) and BG Consumer units; these need to be installed by a registered electrician.What are the Special Locations covered by Part P?Here are the special locations covered by Part P of the Building Regulations A room that contains a bath or a showerThe space surrounding a bath tap or showerhead where the space extends vertically from the finished floor level to a height of 2.25 metres or the position of the showerhead where it is attached to a wall or ceiling at a height higher than 2.25 metres from that level or horizontally where there is a bathtub or shower tray, from the edge of the bathtub or shower tray to a distance of 0.6 metresWhere there is no bathtub or shower tray from the centre point of the showerhead where it is attached to the wall or ceiling to a distance of 1.2 metres,A room containing a swimming pool or sauna heater.Furthermore, Part P of the Building Regulations applies to electrical installations in the following locations:A dwelling-house or a flat and parts of the installation that are outside the dwelling (fixed lighting and air conditioning units attached to outside walls, fixed lighting and pond pumps in the garden, etc), in outbuildings (such as sheds, detached garages, domestic greenhouses, etc). Common access areas of blocks of flats such as corridors and staircasesShared amenities of blocks and flats such as laundries, kitchens, and gymnasiumsBusiness premises (other than agricultural buildings) connected to the same meter as the electrical installation in a dwelling (for example, shops and public houses below flats).The Part P of the Building Regulations does not apply to electrical installations in locations such as:Business premises in the same building as a dwelling but with separate meteringLocations that supply the power for lifts in blocks of flats (Part P applies to lift installations in single dwellings).Note: We at Sparks do not offer advice on installing the bathroom ceiling lights, shower downlights, and shaver sockets; we only sell these, and you need to get a registered electrician to have them installed.How to make sure Electrical Work Meets the Requirements of Part P?All the electrical installations in a home, garden, conservatory or outbuilding must meet the current Building Regulations. However, any electrical work done in the special areas defined by Part P of the Building Regulations needs to be done by an electrical competent person, a Part P registered electrician. The person responsible for making sure that electrical work meets the requirement of Part P of the Building Regulations is the electrician. If any electrical work is done by a DIY or freelancer who is not registered, local authorities can make homeowners or landlords remove or alter any work that doesn't meet the Building Regulations.How does Part P of the Building Regulations affect Me?The Part P of the Building Regulations requires that a registered electrician is used to do safe electrical installation work at home, especially in the special areas defined by Part P. Their work will meet the UK national standard, BS 7671 (requirements for electrical installations). When they finish their work, the registered electrician will provide you withAn Electrical Installation Certificate or Minor Work Certificate that confirms that the work meets BS 7671; andA Building Regulations Compliance Certificate that confirms that the work meets the Building Regulations.What To Do when Electrical Installation Work needs to be Carried out in My Home?If electrical installation work needs to be carried out in your home, you need to make sure you know the current building regulations and act according to them. This means that you need to either tell your local authority building control about the installation work before it starts or employ an electrician who is registered with one of the Government-approved Part P schemes. You can find a registered electrician via this link. In the UK there are some defined competence self-certification schemes such as the Association of Plumbing and Heating Contractors (APHC), BESCA, Blue Flame Certification, NAPIT Registration Ltd and Certsure LLP trading as NICEIC and ELECSA, aimed at those who carry out installation work only as an adjunct to or in connection with the primary activity of their business. There is only one body currently authorised to operate third-party certification which is NAPIT. At Sparks we sell a wide range of Bathroom Lights and Bathroom Wiring Accessories such as shaver sockets, pull cord switches, etc; all these need to be installed by a government-approved part-p electrician.Why use a Government-approved Part-P Electrician?Some homeowners may think that they can undertake any electrical work in their house, no matter what it is; they like to tinker with things and DIY is their hobby. However, when it comes to special locations in the home and around the home, it is best to be safe when doing any electrical work or installation. Here are some of the advantages of using a registered electrician who is part-P approved to do the electrical installation work:You won't have to pay any building-control charges.The registered electrician can deal with everything for you.The part-P electrician will arrange for you to receive a certificate that confirms the work meets Building Regulations.You have access to a formal complaints procedure if the work doesn't meet Building Regulations.You can choose to take out an insurance-backed guarantee when you have the work done, and you can make a claim if the work is later found not to meet Building Regulations.Part P of the Building Regulations - Further informationThis article was inspired by many of the following sources below, which we recommend for further reading:Part P Of The Building Regulations, via Electrical Safety First.Electrical safety: Approved Document P - Building Regulation in England covering electrical safety in dwellings. Via, the Building Regulations government page.Approved Document P: electrical safety, dwellings - the PDF file of the regulations.Part P Building Regulations via IET, the Institution of Engineering and Technology.