I'm flooring part of my loft with tongue and groove chipboard sheet
2400x600. The house is about 6 years old with concrete block wall and
wooden ceiling joists.
There is a place where a conc wall protrudes above the level of the
ceiling of the joists. It runs in line with the joists and the bottom
of the blocks is just above the ceiling/plasterboard level, so it
doesn't seem to serve any purpose.
There is also a place where a short steel beam bridges a corridor
underneath. There is a row of conc blocks mortared on top of it which
are already loose and seem to serve no purpose either.
Can I just remove them, so I can run the flooring right across the top
or are they important for some reason?
(I noticed a place where a few have been removed for an expansion tank
Thanks for any advice.