We are restoring a listed building which we bought last year. The listing was only applied in the 1990’s and the previous owner had by this point made a lot of botched “improvements”. One which we have gained permission to rectify was that they had raised the bathroom so that they could install a sunken bath. This was obviously a problem as the ceiling then extended into the room above. Now we have removed the ceiling and false floor we have found that if it is re-installed on top of the original beam, like the rest of the first floor it will have a very low ceiling height – I belive it will be approximately 1800mm from the floor to the bottoms of the ceiling joists (we will not plasterboard over these, so there will be slightly more head height in between.) Will this make it impossible to install a shower into this room? Thanks

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