Will a 2 mm gas drop is classed as danger?

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Dear National Grid plc,

I'd like to know, ratio of the rented vs owners living properties of which gas connections are cut off because the tenants and resident(owners) smell the gas.

What procedures are in place to ensure that the tenants are not lying to create troubles for the land lord? especially when gas leakage is only 2 mm (which is with in national standard of 4mm, if I am not wrong), why should gas supply to be cut off and leave a danger note? could national grid engineer after his inspection, if he identifies that the leakage is 2 mm internally, could he cut off the gas supply? what are the rights of any such property owner?

could 2 mm drop is classified as that the property is at a dangerous condition? What are complaint procedures in such a situation?

Yours faithfully,

.Box.Nationalgrid.Enquiries, National Grid plc

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