There is a steel wire armoured cable (SWA) in my back garden that was put there by the previous owner. One end leads to the fuse board but is currently disconnected. The other end is loose at the edge of the lawn (with about 10m to spare), appearing from under the tarmac drive. The idea was to bury it under the grass, leading to the shed down the lawn a little bit - but that bit was never completed.
The cable was then damaged (see pic) just past the point where it appears from under the tarmac - the previous owner said the lawnmower had hit it. I'm also a little concerned that the plastic coating might be a little stiffer now than it was, although it is probably not too bad. There is a standard concrete kerb that the cable will do under right at the point of the damage to the cable.
I can't see any copper wire in the damage - it looks as if the inner insulation is intact, but I can see it.
I'm wondering what would now be the best way to repair the cable in order to lead it to the shed?
Many thanks, Ian