Buckets dearer in the North

In spite of all the chatter about €240 annual bills, Irish homeowners are no closer to knowing what they’ll be charged for water next year.

Barry J Whyte

Chief Feature Writer @whytebarry
11th May, 2014

In spite of all the chatter about €240 annual bills, Irish homeowners are no closer to knowing what they’ll be charged for water next year.

The Commission for Energy Regulation (CER) and Irish Water have still not decided how bills will be structured, and no firm decision will be announced until August, they have said.

Environment minister Phil Hogan’s average figure of €240 bill is just a recommendation made during the consultation process,...

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