Consumer Council statement on NI Water Tariff Increase

in Water

Responding to today’s tariff review announcement by NI Water,  Graham Smith, Head of Water Policy at the Consumer Council said : “Any increase in prices is unwelcome for non domestic consumers who pay water and sewerage charges.  We have worked hard with NI Water and the Utility Regulator to make sure the increases are justified and we believe they are fair. However, we want to see NI Water continue to make improvements to the water and sewerage infrastructure and to the standards of service customers receive.

Consumer Council offer water bill help to farms at Clogher Valley & Fermanagh Agricultural Shows!

in Water

Farmers and householders can potentially save money on utility bills and the Consumer Council can show them how, when it attends both the Clogher Valley Agricultural Show on Wednesday 30 July and the Fermanagh County Show on Tuesday 5 and Wednesday 6 August. The organisation also plans to offer free independent advice to farms to help ensure they aren’t paying more for water than they have to.

Can't find what you're looking for?

If you need more information, contact the Press Office on 028 9025 1655 / 1630

Media Contacts

Opening Hours9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday
(except for bank and public holidays)

For up-to-the-minute updates, follow us:

Newsletter

Register your e-mail address to receive our newsletter

Advice Newsletter