Would you like to learn more about SWITCHING your electricity or gas supplier?
- Consumer Skills
Increasing the number of journeys undertaken using public transport in Northern Ireland (NI) has positive benefits for consumers. Achieving a shift from the car to public transport will reduce demand on the road network, reduce emissions and improve health by increasing levels of physical activity.
The FSA has investigated the market and concluded that many mortgage lenders where charging an excessive amount. Find how you can reclaim these excessive fees, dating back to 1995.
- Personal Finances
There is nothing wrong with spending money but if you have areas of weakness you should identify them. Click on the link above to find out where you have spent money over the past few months.
- Consumer Skills
The Consumer Council carried out research in 2017 into the experience of small businesses in the energy retail market in NI.
Northern Ireland (NI) has had experience of natural gas for 16 years. Today there are many people who believe that it can provide a stepping stone to a carbon free renewable energy industry at a price that is affordable to consumers. With such high expectations for the industry, the Consumer Council (CCNI) wanted to find out from consumers their experience of using natural gas.
This summary report covers the key findings as to how Northern Ireland consumers feel about their finances, now and in the future. It also covers which elements of household expenditure worry them the most, if they shop around for essential goods and services and switch. In addition it also highlights if they have been targeted by scams and how well they know their consumer rights.
Find out how to respond to the consultation on the proposed closure and tell Post Office Ltd what you think.
Research findings examining consumers’ views regarding a number of energy issues.
A report into consumers’ views and experiences of switching energy supplier.