Hi, I will soon have my house converted from oil to natural gas. As part of this conversion, I am getting rid of electric shower. Right now, electric shower's power cable goes directly from customer's unit in the kitchen, through the attic, down to the bathroom. As I will be getting rid of the electric shower, I was thinking of just pulling the cable back up to the attic and installing two or three double sockets up there. The 9kW shower I use right now is protected by 40A MCB in the customer unit. I assume I will need to replace it with something smaller, but what would be suitable choice? 32A or 16A? Also, as there is just a single very thick cable going from the customer unit to the shower that I will be using, the sockets will effectively be on a radial circuit, rather than ring. Would that be ok? If I was only to install 2 sockets in the attic, I would connect the thick cable to the first socket, and then run 2.5mm2 cable to the second socket probably on the opposing wall. Am I thinking of it in the right way, or have I got some assumptions horrible wrong?