The Consumer Council met recently with the Comber Commerce and Development Group to advise local business owners on how to save money on their water bills. The team identified over £2,000 in potential savings for those who attended.
The impact of rising food costs on Northern Ireland consumers.
The Consumer Council has welcomed NI Water’s announcement that water charges for its non domestic customers will reduce from April 1 this year by an average of 4%.
Consumers have seen significant changes to the way they use the post in recent years, with the rise in digital communication and increase in parcel deliveries from online shopping. The opportunities and consequences from these changes are still unfolding, however, some of these changes are likely to benefit certain consumers more than others.
Are businesses getting consumers’ rights wrong?
- Consumer Skills
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Combined Energy, Water and Transport
Forward Work Programme
1 April 2014 to 31 March 2015
The Consumer Council is pleased to participate in the consultation exercise on the Proposal for a Draft Water and Sewerage Services (Northern Ireland) Order 2006 launched on 1 June 2006 by David Cairns MP, the Minister with responsibility for Water Reform
A research document by The Consumer Council into Consumer Views of Water Reform