Responding to the news that rate arrears in Northern Ireland have soared to record levels of more than £157million, the Consumer Council’s Head of Money Affairs, Julie McCurley said:
With consumers across Northern Ireland affected by flash flooding on Wednesday 21 July – giving rise to concerns that more could be on the way – the Consumer Council has issued advice for homes and businesses.
Commenting on Belfast International Airport’s (BIA) decision to introduce a £1 charge for dropping off and picking up passengers, the Consumer Council’s Director of Policy and Education, Aodhan O’Donnell, sai
The Consumer Council is encouraging passengers who wish to avoid the £1 drop off/pick up fee at Belfast International Airport (BIA) to take advantage of the free 10 minute grace period in the long stay car park. At a meeting today (6 July) BIA confirmed that this provision had been in place for some time but was never promoted to passengers.