Temporary door in place (and granny gone nuts with polystyrene) to keep the heat in.
Ok, The next day was a LONG day.. granny made me finish it all in one go, and wouldn't let me go home :(
The old three phase cabling runs in this wall, RIGHT at that height somewhere, so I had to investigate very carefully with a screwdriver scraping the render off till the conduit was exposed to make sure I wouldn't drill into it when securing the new ceiling brackets.
At least I knew where it was, so i wouldn't stand the risk hitting it by accident.
That was the last pic that day, finished at around 10PM at night after laying the insulation on top of the plasterboard from above. (which was all done in the same day)
Ripped off the remainder of the panelling, and much to my disappointment half of the rendering decided to come with it around the doors so I had to patch it back up layer by layer.
Secured a wooden batton to the wooden lintel above the door and fixed some plasterboard there since there was a huge void above the door.
1x single light switch top right for Outside light Automatic/Off (PIR sensor)
1x blank for underfloor heating thermostat top left.
1x blank for alarm panel in the middle.
1x double light switch bottom for left side hall light, right side outside light On/Off to override automatic