Improving the house buying process - Recommendations of the General Consumer Council for N I (PDF) (
- Consumer Skills
If you lose any of your official documentation, such as passport or birth certificate, notify the police immediately. You should also inform the relevant body, for example your bank branch. If your official documentation is damaged, by flood or fire for example, then it is important to begin replacing them as soon as possible. You should start with your birth certificate, as it will be necessary in obtaining other documentation.
- Consumer Skills
Your rights when travelling with a disability or reduced mobility.
Your rights when travelling with a disability or reduced mobility
The Financial Conduct Authority: Approach to Regulation
The Consumer Council is an independent consumer organisation, working to bring about change to benefit Northern Ireland’s (NI) consumers. Our aim is to make the consumer voice heard and make it coun
The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland response to the Money and Pensions Service Listening Document
The Consumer Council welcomes the opportunity to respond to The Money and Pension Service (MaPS) listening document and enjoyed participating in the Belfast Listening Event on 6 June 2019 at the Skainos Centre. Our Chief Executive gave a presentation on the key issues facing Northern Ireland consumers and a number of staff gave extensive comment on the issues and questions posed on the day. Therefore, this response will focus on the key points made at the event, and will refer to the National Strategy and the five life stages discussed at the event.
- Personal Finances
<p>The Consumer Council publishes three key documents today - their Annual Report and Complaints Report for 2004-2005, and their new three-year Corporate Plan for 2005 - 2008.</p>