Department quizzes firm over delivery of leaflets

The Department of the Environment has said it won't pay for the delivery of information leaflets on the household charge until it establishes how many homes received the documents.

5th May, 2012

The Department of the Environment has said it will not pay for the delivery of information leaflets on the controversial household charge until it can establish how many homes received the documents.

Department officials have privately admitted that it was "not possible to determine precisely how many households received the household charge leaflet", according to a confidential memo seen by *The Sunday Business Post*. Many householders complained of not having received the leaflet in the...

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