Scheme of Charges Report 2012-13
- Publish Date 9th August 2012
This document reports our finding on NI Water’s 2012-13 Scheme of Charges.
The Scheme of Charges sets out what NI Water will charge its customers for all the services it provides as a water company. These services include the supply of drinking water, the collection, treatment and disposal of wastewater, road drainage and surface water and the treatment and disposal of trade effluent. The company also provides additional services such as water/sewerage connections, inspections, tankering, sewer adoptions and testing.
The role of the Utility Regulator is to approve NI Water’s Scheme of Charges once we are satisfied that the charges comply with our price control determination and are appropriately apportioned between the various customer groups.
The report will be of interest to all customers as it highlights the current cost of water in Northern Ireland for both domestic and non domestic users. Currently it is only non domestic customers who pay charges as the Northern Ireland Executive have committed to not introducing domestic charges for the term of this Assembly.
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