Situation... I removed the wall between the old kitchen and the lounge in my house. The lounge floor is suspended timber but the kitchen floor is concrete. The concrete is pretty flat but a bit bumpy with remains of tile adhesive, I've removed most of it with an SDS chisel. The wooden floor is slightly lower and also is not quite level. On one side it's about 10mm lower than the concrete, on the other side it's only slightly lower. Now we need to get the whole floor level to install laminate throughout... I'm thinking ply over the floorboards then SLC over the whole lot. My question is, is it OK to install the kitchen units first? As the new kitchen is almost entirely on the concrete area which is already pretty flat, and I'm thinking there is no need to get the compound under the units as we won't be installing flooring under the units anyway. The main reason I want to do it this way is to get the kitchen in sooner, and also because to level the entire floor before installing would mean clearing the room. The kitchen has already been delivered and there's nowhere else to put all the boxes. Any advice welcome.