SFA submission on changes to water charges for businesses

The SFA made a submission on Irish Water’s Non-Domestic Tariff Framework, last September and this week made a submission on the CRU’s Proposed Decision on Irish Water’s Non-Domestic Tariff Framework. Our response highlighted our concern regarding the 10,000 connections that will not reach their enduring tariffs by the end of the three year transition period and the need for a comprehensive communications plan to inform non-domestic users, especially small businesses of the new tariff framework.

The submission reiterated the association's support of the introduction of non-domestic tariffs for both metered and unmetered connections on a national basis. It also outlined the need to monitor the efficiency of Irish Water.

View the full submission to the CRU.

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