Not sure this is the right forum area, but is related to a wider build question. I want to put a shed outside my garage so I can fully convert the garage itself. See first picture below: the shed will run from the garage door to the end of the sand pit. In the middle of this area on the fence is a driveway light, and ideally I would want to lose the light but reuse the cabling to put electricity points into the shed. Questions are: - any reason that cable can't be used for plug points? I.e. lighting cable not as powerful as 'socket' cable - the light is the first of 6 on the drive, any reason it would stop the rest working? - assuming it can work, could the sparky 'make it safe' so that the shed can be installed and a hole cut for the cable without them being on site, and with cutting the power to the garage in the meantime (where the cable is wired too). I.e. the sparky would come later to fit the sockets in the shed (I ask this because getting multiple trades together at the same time / same day has been difficult in previous experience). Thoughts / knowledge appreciated.