Electrical advice can be found here
This site includes message-boards and forums.
As above. These site host the two largest electrical advice forums in the UK.
Home entertainment information
A useful forum site for all manner of electrical information, but predominantly regarding home entertainment issues.
Power tools information
Another useful forum, where you can read independent reviews on power tools.
Useful tips and advice
The insurance and repair company has a large DIY and help section.
How to choose an electrician
The Electrical Safety Council is a great first stop shop for advice, tips and directories.
Independent advice on home automation
An independent guide to high tech homes.
Costings advice can be found here
Very helpful advice and pricing guides.
Wickes have some great
How to... advice leaflets that you can download free
Digital TV Reception
LINK - TV Reception
LINK - Shower
Link - Electrical Rules
LINK - Electricity
Guide to Home Security
LINK - Security
Lighting for Home & Garden
LINK - Voltage
LINK - Plinth Heaters
LINK - Power Tools
Shower Booster Pumps
LINK - Shower Pumps
Under Tile Heating
LINK - Warning System
LINK - Colours
This site provides a list of real life case studies, where the public submit how much they have paid tradesmen for jobs.
General advice can be found here
This has forums and electrical advice.
This includes advice guides for DIY electrical work.
An American site with useful tips and tricks.
An electrician needs to be Part P registered before he is allowed to carry out most electrical works in accordance with Building Control rules. Other Schemes include: BSI, ELECSA, NAPIT, NICEIC.
To carry out simple DIY electrical work, as detailed on this page, will not need certification, but there is a list of jobs that will require Local Authority approval. They include anything that requires new circuits, along with most other jobs that include cabling.
If in doubt it would be advisable to ask your Local Authority's Building Control department.
In Scotland a warrant has to be applied for before electrical works can be carried out, and an inspection is required after the works.