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Irish Water bills to be capped for three years

By Michael Brennan

Political Editor

@obraonain
17th December, 2014

Water bills will be capped for at least the next three years at a maximum rate of €200, as the government goes back to basics.

A major investment programme for Irish Water is also expected to be announced by the government this week.

The complicated charging structure will be reduced down to just two types of bill – one for a household with one adult, expected to be under €100, and one for all other...

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