Consumer Council welcomes NI Water price freezes but urges action for those affected by Net Annual Valuation increases
The Consumer Council supports the promotion and ongoing development of the natural gas network in NI.
<p>Passenger watchdog, the General Consumer Council, today expressed disappointment at the inflation-busting five per cent increases in Ulsterbus and train fares. The statement comes in reaction to Translink’s annual fare increase announcement.</p>
<p>The Consumer Council has welcomed firmus energy’s announcement of its tariffs for domestic consumers and that prices will be capped until December 2007.</p>
CCNI response to Utility Regulator's PC15 announcement
The Consumer Council has welcomed the news that NI Water has agreed to the PC13 price control determination which sets its revenue requirements over the two-year period from 1 April 2013.
The drop in prices for Power NI customers is welcome news according to the CEO of the Consumer Council Antoinette McKeown.
The Consumer Council today (25 March) welcomed Northern Ireland Water’s (NI Water) announcement that there will be an average reduction of 2.7 per cent in water and sewerage charges. The news comes as NI Water publishes its Scheme of Charges for 2013-2014.
The Consumer Council has welcomed today’s announcement by Power NI to decrease its domestic tariffs by 9.2 per cent from 01 April 2015.
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%.