The Consumer Council today welcomed the focus of Minister Conor Murphy and the Assembly in taking on the challenge of getting water reform right as a real example of devolution working for consumers. The comments came at the launch of the Consumer Council’s latest research report “Water and the Consumer: Driving for a Fair Deal” at Stormont which gives an up-to-date insight into consumers’ views of paying for water.
A research document by The Consumer Council into Consumer Views of Water Reform
The Consumer Council today voiced its commitment to drive for a fair deal for consumers of water and sewerage services and a quality Water Service within the independent review announced by the Minister for Regional Development. They welcomed the restored Assembly’s fresh approach to one of the biggest issues facing the public and gave full support to the open and transparent review of the entire water and sewerage reform process.