Information signposting cross-border shoppers to organisations who can help resolve consumer issues.
- Consumer Skills
The Consumer Council, European Consumer Centre Ireland (Republic of Ireland) and Trading Standards (Northern Ireland) are hosting a joint interactive consumer’s rights session.
The Consumer Council has given local advice and community workers the opportunity to brush up on their knowledge of cross-border shoppers’ rights at a free workshop in Newry, delivered in partnership with the European Consumer Centre (ECC), Ireland and Trading Standards Service (TSS).
- Consumer Skills
The Consumer Council supports the Department for Transport (the Department) in its key objective of ensuring that the UK’s air links continue to make it one of the best connected countries in the world.
The Northern Ireland Affairs Committee (the Committee) has today (Friday, 30 November 2012) published its report, ‘An Air Transport Strategy for Northern Ireland’ after hearing evidence from a range of stakeholders including the Consumer Council.
Consumer Council consultation response to the 'Draft Determination for the Water and Sewerage Service Price Control 2013-2015 (PC13)'
The CEO of the Consumer Council, Antoinette McKeown has expressed concern at the news today that NIE and the Utility Regulator have failed to come to an agreement regarding a price control for the distribution and transmission of electricity in NI (RP5 price control).
The Consumer Council is calling on local communities in the Ballymoney, Moyle, Coleraine and Limavady areas to help identify ongoing water and sewerage issues.
Got an issue with the water or sewerage supply affecting you and your neighbours? Unsure what to do next?