Water Bills

The EST says we can save money by using appliances sensibly

Use appliances sensibly to save money, says Energy Savings Trust

The Energy Savings Trust says that by using appliances more sensibly we can cut our bills substantially.

Water bills will rise by an average of 3.5 per cent

Millions of UK households face compulsory water bill price hikes

Next week will see higher water bills landing on millions of UK households doormats as Ofwat raises charges to help pay for infrastructure improvements.

The cost of water and sewerage services will rise by 3.5% from April

Water bills to rise by 3.5% from April to £388 a year

Ofwat, the water regulator, has confirmed that the average annual water bill will rise by 3.5 per cent from April, taking the annual cost to £388.

Water firms have rejected proposals from Ofwat

Water firms reject Ofwat plans that could see huge price rises

The vast majority of water companies have rejected proposals by the regulator Ofwat that could lead to big price increases each year until 2045.

Thames Water is one of the companies that pays little corporation tax in the UK

Three UK water firms pay tiny tax bills despite big dividends

Three of the UKs top water companies, Thames, Anglian and Yorkshire Water are paying tiny amounts of corporation tax despite paying bosses high salaries and making big dividend payments.

Poorest consumers could get lower water bills

Water bills to be means tested to help poorest 2.4m households

Water companies will be given the power to cut their prices for the poorest customers under new ‘social tariffs’ revealed by the Government.

Water bills will rise by an average of 5.7% in England and Wales from April

Water bills will go up by an average of 5.7% from April

Water and sewerage bills in England and Wales are set to rise by an average of 5.7 per cent from April as part of the regulator, Ofwat's plans to pay for improvements.

water bills are set to increase for around half of all UK households

Water bills set to rise over change in responsibility for private sewers

Water bills will rise for around half of all UK households because water companies are to take over the responsibility of maintaining and repairing private sewers.

Consumer Council for water issues money-saving advice

Consumer Council for Water offers money-saving tips

The Consumer Council for Water has issued money-saving advice in response to rising bills for residents in England and Wales.

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