As autumn takes hold your gas and electricity bills may tick up out of necessity, but you can still save on another utility: Water.
Average household water and sewage bills will rise by 2% or £8 from 1 April, industry body Water UK said today.
Ofwat has blocked the UK's biggest water supplier, Thames Water, from imposing a price hike of 8% on its customers for 2014-15.
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Complaints against water companies in England and Wales have fallen for the fifth year in a row, according to the Consumer Council for Water (CCWater).
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Thames Water has asked its regulator, Ofwat, for permission to increase prices by nearly £30.
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Struggling households are having to fork out £179 extra over the past year due to an increase in the annual expense of owning and running a house.
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Basic living costs are eating up more than half of consumers' monthly spend, with transport now the largest expense for Brits.
Households face yet another hit to their finances with the average water bill set to rise by 3.5% from Monday.
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