Consumer Council Response To The Utility Regulator’s Consultation On The Power NI Supply Price Contr
The Consumer Council has welcomed the efforts of Northern Ireland MPs to raise the unfairness of Air Passenger Duty (APD) during a Westminster debate today (23 October).
The Consumer Council is calling on Translink to address the way it communicates with passengers and assists them when there are delays and cancellations following today’s publication of Translink’s Charter Monitoring Results for Spring 2013.
Jason Shankey Male Grooming is celebrating after the Consumer Council helped the business get over £20,000 reduced from its water bill. This draws a line under a long-running saga involving a shared water supply between a number of business premises in East Belfast.
The Republic of Ireland Air Travel Tax (ATT) has been charged at only €3 per passenger since March 2011 and the Government in the Republic has just announced that it will remove the tax altogether in April 2014.
It’s not just the colder, darker nights that are securing energy’s place as the top concern for Northern Ireland’s consumers. Energy bills have held the top spot for some considerable time in NI.