Yes, it is often ideal! With wood floors in particular, it is paramount to make sure that the new subfloor is flat and dry. New screeds can take a while to dry, so it is ideal to factor this into your project schedule.
The rule of thumb is that new screed subfloors dry at around 1mm per day once the area is sealed (windows and doors have been installed) and the other wet work (such as plaster work and painting) is complete.
We can measure and monitor the moisture levels for you, if you require information, explanation or assistance please contact us.