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However if you are register as an AC only,,, I don't think that you will be added to the Part P competent Persons scheme register

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ID: 52   Posted (edited)

anyone can do domestic work FFS just certain things that must be notified to the LABC who don't give a flying fork

The only people who give a monkeys (sorry flup) are the ones who have carved their existence out of numbers.

just insomnia...

meh.

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However if you are register as an AC only,,, I don't think that you will be added to the Part P competent Persons scheme register

So you may not be able to notify works through the AC route is what you are saying?

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So you may not be able to notify works through the AC route is what you are saying?

 

I'd imagine so,,,,, I think that DI is automatically added though so you'd have to ask for it to be removed

anyone can do domestic work FFS just certain things that must be notified to the LABC who don't give a flying fork

The only people who give a monkeys (sorry flup) are the ones who have carved their existence out of numbers.

just insomnia...

meh.

 

You're not wrong there Duckie,,, however here in Wales we have a little more than over in England.....Lets not mention "that place" though ;)

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There no Part Pee in Scotland, didn't you know :slap

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:shakehead

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I'm pretty certain that by the time I finally complete my own rewire the only thing that will need notifying under partP will be the fact that it's a house, 

So will be nothing to do with the scams. 

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There no Part Pee in Scotland, didn't you know :slap

 

Not yet......

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I'm pretty certain that by the time I finally complete my own rewire the only thing that will need notifying under partP will be the fact that it's a house, 

So will be nothing to do with the scams. 

 

After twenty years the ex wife had to pay someone to finish the job I started in 1981

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After twenty years the ex wife had to pay someone to finish the job I started in 1981

:slap

 

My present wife keeps threatening the same 

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I'm pretty certain that by the time I finally complete my own rewire the only thing that will need notifying under partP will be the fact that it's a 'church' with a large graveyard, 

So will be nothing to do with the scams. 

 

 

FTFY

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:slap

 

My present wife keeps threatening the same 

 

At the rate things are going... I can see that happening :slap

 

It took me 3 years to add a scoket in my daughters room, at least 2 years to replace some lamps in the kitchen from CFL to LED and about  5 years to replace some draw runners!!!!!!

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4 years to put a dimmer in the boys room. :|

glad I'm not the only one!

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I've still got the cables for the under cabinet lights just hanging out of the wall,

It's only been 6 years,

Wife reckons we eill.need a new kitchen.before I get it finished.


FTFY

:slap

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Anybody remember my kids chen project at home?

I'm msaid i would post pics when finished!

Still,waiting

Just got,other things to,do.....that PAY!

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ID: 66   Posted (edited)

Jobs have to be carefully planed out. Only then do you get to working out the method followed by a lengthy consultation process.

 

Eventually work starts, then stops, starts, stops, starts, stops, starts, stops, starts.

 

When the job is finally complete, she’ll want something altering.

 

 

 

Divorce is easier.

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Jobs have to be carefully planed out. Only then do you get to working out the method followed by a lengthy consultation process.

 

Eventually work starts, then stops, starts, stops, starts, stops, starts, stops, starts.

 

When the job is finally complete, she’ll want something altering.

 

 

 

Divorce is easier.

 

Yep, Divorce and Ex's are so much easier

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Murder is quicker....attrib. O,Pestorious. HMP SIF IFFRICAH

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Murder is quicker....attrib. O,Pestorious. HMP SIF IFFRICAH

 

I only told my mate that last week in the pub, he's 25 years in and has a few problems :slap

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Pity I don’t work on furnaces any more, this could have had a nice little earner.

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I have been happily married for three weeks!

Not too bad considering I have served 35 years!

I Will miss her when she leaves....but NOT with the second shot!

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