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So I've seen some posts in the past about smart switches needing a neutral at the switch. I have a rewire coming up and was planning to use 3 core and earth as the switch line for some switches (2 gang switch will need just 1 neutral from a 3 core earth and the other SL can be T+E) as the switch will be eating a neutral. I'm only doing this for a outside the box, future proof idea. Going to be using hager accessories and they have a neutral loop terminal.
Is it a bit of an overkill? I have looked for some smart switches and a lot of them don't even require a neutral.

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