The UK Consumer Advocacy bodies have considered the consultation document dated 5 October 2016 and the changes Royal Mail is proposing to make to the UK Post Scheme and the Overseas Letter Post Scheme.
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Our principal statutory duty is to promote and safeguard the interests of consumers in Northern Ireland.
The Consumer Council is pleased to respond to the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) consultation on the Post Office network.
The Consumer Council's draft Forward Work Programme 2017/18 is now available for consultation
The Consumer Council is committed to developing a better Northern Ireland and therefore is encouraged and enthused about the outcomes based approach taken by the draft Programme for Government (dPfG) for 2016-21.
As the statutory representative for consumers of postal services in NI the Consumer Council is pleased to respond to Ofcom’s consultation on the review of the Regulation of Royal Mail.
The Consumer Council is a non-departmental public body (NDPB) established through the General Consumer Council (Northern Ireland) Order 1984. Our principal statutory duty is to promote and safeguard the interests of consumers in Northern Ireland.
Consumer Council Consultation Response in conjunction with Citizens Advice Bureau - Royal Mail Postal Schemes - Confirmation of delivery and amendments to prohibitions
Consumer Council consultation response to BIS call for evidence on Improving consumer landscape and quicker switching.