Hi All, I'm doing a conversion of my garage and have a question about the electrics. I have done electrical installation courses in the past and whilst not actually getting certified, I would regard myself as a competent installer. The garage currently runs from a single RCD on the main house consumer unit. It powers the fluorescent light, a security light and a double socket with a single socket on a spur. This was all installed by the previous owner. I am adding a garage consumer unit with a separate socket and lighting ring. I'll be joining the spurred socket to the ring and adding a further 3 sockets. The lighting will just be the fluorescent light, security light and four LED downlights, a 1 way switch and a 2 way switch. I'm comfortable carrying out all of the work myself but will I be required to get it signed off by a certified electrician? If so, what will I need to do to prepare? Is it just a case of checking the termination points or will all of the cabling need checking as well? I am going to be boarding and plastering soon so will need to get someone in sharpish if they need to check cabling as well. Thanks in advance.