Unlike other utilities, there are no rules governing the resale of LPG and the park owner
usually makes a profit on the resale. However, Implied Term 22(b)(ii) of the Written Statement still applies. The park owner must provide on request, documentary evidence in support and explanation of all charges for LPG he resells. Residents use LPG either in cylinders or from tanks installed on the pitch or from a common large tank on the park. Where residents use cylinders, they are free to use whatever supplier they like however, on some parks, the park owner may insist on residents purchasing cylinders through him and he may make a profit on this resale.
Where a resident has an LPG tank on his pitch he is usually billed direct from the supplier.
On some parks, the park owner may insist on the transaction being made through him and he may make a profit on this resale.
Some parks have one large LPG tank on the park owned and operated by the park owner and the gas is piped to the individual pitches. The park owner will read the resident’s meter and will then bill the resident.
Again, Implied Term 22(b)(ii) of the Written Statement states the park owner must provide on request, documentary evidence in support and explanation of his charges, including any LPG he resells. But, from examination of these documents the resident considers that the park owner is making an excessive profit from the resale of LPG, there is little that can be done about it.
The following links provide useful information and answers to your questions on the subject of LPG supplies and safety regulations.
LPG in Residential Parks
Gas Safety Installation and Use Regulations
Safe materials in LPG installations