I want to move my gas meter box by couple of meters to the left so its out of way. At the moment the Transco pipe (plastic inside steel tube) comes out of the ground on the external wall with meter stuck on the end of it. I am not fussed about pipe position as its not that big but I want the meter elsewhere tucked out of way. What I'd like to do is have a cable or copper pipe at the end of Transco pipe extending to the position where I want the meter. The meter can then be attached on the other end of the pipe. I don't think they recomend using copper on the mains side and the tracpipe we curently have is only a short one. I am then wondering if I can get a longer tracpipe and use that. Is this possible? Plumber doesn't seem to think it is.