Consumer Council for Water
CMA’s decision is good news for Bristol Water customers
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has yesterday (Tuesday) published its findings following an investigation into the final decision made by regulator Ofwat on Bristol Water’s price limits for 2015 to 2020.
Responding to the CMA’s announcement, Tony Smith, Chief Executive of the Consumer Council for Water said: “The CMA’s final decision is good news for Bristol Water customers who will still see an average 16 per cent reduction in their water bills, before inflation, by 2020. Ofwat’s original decision represented a good deal for customers and we are pleased it has been largely upheld.”
“Bristol Water must now deliver the quality of services that customers made clear they wanted from the company.”
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