Graham Smith, Head of Water at The Consumer Council said:
“Following Northern Ireland Water’s tariff increase, we are encouraging businesses to contact The Consumer Council to undertake a free water bill health check. This will help businesses understand their water bill and ensure they are receiving the correct allowances. In addition, it will provide practical advice on how businesses can lower their water bills. To book a water bill health check contact The Consumer Council on 0800 121 6022, or email [email protected].
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
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.
The Consumer Council supports the promotion and ongoing development of the natural gas network in NI.
Consumer Council consultation response to UR's Price Control for NI’s Gas Distribution Networks GD17
Consumer Council consultation response to the Utility Regulator's Price Control for NI’s Gas Distribution Networks GD17.
The Consumer Council has a statutory duty to develop and consult on a forward work programme for Water and Energy under the Water and Sewerage Services (NI) Order 2006 and the Energy Order 2003 respectively. Whilst we currently do not have a statutory re
Research report on a three stage investigation into the balance of healthy versus less healthy food promotions among NI food retailers.
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In June 2008, Northern Ireland Water Limited (NI Water) commissioned the Consumer Council to carry out independent research of consumers’ views 1. NI Water wanted to know what their customers, householders and business consumers think of the water and sew
A research document by The Consumer Council into Consumer Views of Water Reform
The Consumer Council has a statutory duty to develop and consult on a Forward Work Programme for Water, Energy and Transport under the Water and Sewerage Services (NI) Order 2006, the Energy Order 2003 and the Transport Act (Northern Ireland) 2011 respect