I have an existing spur running to a double socket in my study. It was added before I moved in and I have a mess of extension leads to power all the office appliances.
My plan is to replace the current socket with a fused spur connector and then add three surface mounted sockets in convenient locations around my desk. This should never exceed 13 amps. Appliances are laptop, monitor, small amplifier, printer, and some low power LEDs.
My builder tells me firstly that the fused connector is not necessary, but secondarily that to do it properly I have to make a ring back to the main circuit.
Is he right on those points? Is there anything wrong with my original plan?