Response to the Department for Social Development Consultation on “Warmer Healthier Homes – A Consul
Cuts in public spending are on the way. We know the NI Assembly has to find £1.2 billion in public spending cuts. There will be tough decisions to be made and the Consumer Council wants you to get involved.
The Consumer Council is facilitating a unique opportunity for people in Northern Ireland (NI) to have their say and tell the NI Executive about how public services can be best delivered during these tough economic times that are affecting all of us.
The Consumer Council Chief Executive and Chair met today (1 September) with Minister Conor Murphy to put their questions, concerns and demands to him following recent revelations about the handling of an independent review of Northern Ireland Water’s (NI Water) contracts issuing practices.
Antoinette McKeown, Chief Executive of the Consumer Council said:
“The Consumer Council is alarmed to learn through the media that NI Water has
been involved in an out of court settlement with Steria for the termination of its
multimillion pound contract. This is a shocking revelation in terms of openness
and value for money for NI Water customers and taxpayers.
The Consumer Council says that holding gas prices is good news for consumers this winter.
The Consumer Council’s view on the Department for Social Development consultation paper on a new fue
As NIE Energy (NIEE) announces no change to their prices coming into winter, John French, Head of Energy at the Consumer Council said:
- Consumer Skills
Consultation on the options for co-ordinating the relinquishing of firmus energy’s supply exclusivit