Water has been to the fore in news items in these recent hot weeks, but in the background and of concern to businesses across Ireland, the Commission for Regulation of Utilities (CRU) has published its consultation Paper concerning Irish Water’s proposals for a new Non-Domestic Tariff Framework which will apply to Irish Water’s non-domestic customers.
The CRU has published Irish Water’s proposals for a new Non-Domestic Tariff Framework which will apply to Irish Water’s non-domestic (business) customers. The purpose of the Framework is to generate a more harmonised suite of tariffs for non-domestic water and wastewater customers. The Framework will set out the ‘rules’ for how tariffs are designed and how customers will be transitioned to their new tariffs over time. Irish Water hopes that a more harmonised approach will benefit customers in terms of transparency, simplicity and equity. The CRU wishes to seek views from interested parties on each of Irish Water’s proposals before the CRU makes a decision on the tariff design and transitional aspects of the new Framework.
To view the relevant information, please visit https://www.cru.ie/document_group/establishing-irish-waters-non-domestic-tariff-framework/
Ennis Chamber will make a submission through Chambers Ireland and we are currently canvassing input from our members. Please contact Margaret O’Brien: firstname.lastname@example.org before July 24th, if you wish to have your opinions heard.