Saturday November 28, 2020

Simon Coveney can suspend water charges indefinitely

New bill to suspend water charges for a nine-month period between April 1 and December 31

19th June, 2016
Minister for Housing Simon Coveney Pic: RollingNews.ie

Minister for Housing Simon Coveney will have the power to suspend water charges for an unlimited period under a new law.

The Water Services Amendment Bill, which is due before the Dáil this week, will suspend water charges for a nine-month period between April 1 and December 31.

But it gives Coveney the power to extend the suspension of charges beyond December 31 for an unlimited period if political agreement cannot be reached in time...

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