Wales

  • Landlords – make sure you keep ‘on tap’ of regulations

    At our recent public meeting in Wrexham we talked about specific legislation introduced to help reduce water debt amongst renters in Wales, four years ago. Since the 1 April the legislation also applies to some new parts of mid Wales and customers serviced by Hafren Dyfrdwy. So this is a good time to stop and … Continued

  • Cyfarfod y Corff Gwarchod Dŵr yn ystyried ymdrechion i leihau dyledion dŵr

    Bydd yr ymdrechion i setlo biliau dŵr mae tenantiaid yng Nghymru heb eu talu ar frig yr agenda yng nghyfarfod y Cyngor Defnyddwyr Dŵr yn Wrecsam ddydd Gwener nesaf (29 Mawrth). Bydd cynrychiolwyr o Hafren Dyfrdwy a Dŵr Cymru wrth law i drafod effaith rheoliadau Meddianwyr nad ydynt yn Berchenogion – deddfwriaeth sy’n benodol i … Continued

  • Water Watchdog meeting examines efforts to reduce water debt

    Efforts to turn the tide of unpaid water bills among tenants in Wales will top the agenda when the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) meets in Wrexham next Friday (29 March). Representatives from Hafren Dyfrdwy and Dŵr Cymru Welsh Water will be on hand to discuss the impact of Non-Owner Occupier regulations. These were rolled … Continued

  • Switching to a water meter could bring an April shower of savings

    Switching to a water meter could help thousands of households in Wales cut their bills and bring an April shower of savings. The Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) says opting for a meter is just one of the ways consumers could make substantial savings and ease the pressure caused by an increase in many household … Continued

  • European cities on map series: Cardiff
    Watchdog examines long-term pressure on water supplies

    The potential benefits and pitfalls of Wales sharing more of its water resources with England will be debated when the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater) meets in Cardiff on Tuesday (11 December). Water companies in Wales will join the Water Watchdog to examine the issue of piping more water across the border as part of … Continued