By Linda Hall • 02 February 2023 • 12:05
WATER BILLS: Rising by 7.5 per cent in England and Wales in April
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A normal household’s annual bill could set them back around £448 (€502), with customers paying an average £31 (€34.7) more than in 2021.
Consumer groups warned that the increase would adversely affect households when one in five already found it difficult to pay their bills.
Water UK argued that the rise for most customers would still be below inflation, maintaining that in real terms, bills were lower than 10 years ago.
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