Consumer Council Annual Report and Accounts 2010-11
Thank you for providing the Consumer Council with a copy of the above consultation,
which we recognise is aimed at people involved in the Wedding and Courtesy Transport
industry in NI.
The Consumer Council has no objections to the proposal within the c
Converting ‘non-users’ and improving the performance of Translink’s Call Centre should now be priorities, according to the Consumer Council. The comments follow today’s publication of Translink’s Spring Charter Monitoring Results .
Re: Regulatory Approach to Energy Supply Competition in Northern Ireland
The Consumer Council is a Non-Departmental Public Body set up in legislation to safeguard the interests of all consumers, and particularly the vulnerable and disadvantaged. The Cons
Freshers attending fairs at Queen’s University and the University of Ulster will have the opportunity to sign the Consumer Council’s petition to lower the cost of car insurance in Northern Ireland.
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With bad weather predicted to hit Northern Ireland the Consumer Council is reminding people of the practical steps they can take if their electricity goes off.
The Consumer Council is a Non-Departmental Public Body set up in
legislation to safeguard the interests of all consumers, and particularly the
vulnerable and disadvantaged. The Consumer Council is an independent
organisation which operates to promote a
CCNI Response to the DOE consultation on proposals for a charge on single use carrier bags Sept 2011
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 count. We take complaints in the areas of transport, water an
The Consumer Council for Northern Ireland (CCNI) welcomes the opportunity
to respond to the Department for Transport consultation on ATOL reform.