Severn Trent customers in Notts to pay lowest water bills in country at £335 a year
SEVERN Trent Water customers in Notts will continue to have the lowest average combined household water bills in the country in the coming year.
Combined water and sewage bills will rise by an average of around £7, according to Ofwat figures released today.
The average bill for Severn Trent customers in the county in 2013-14 will be £335 - or 92p a day.
This is compared to a national average of £388.
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The firm says the rise in the cost will help to fund an ongoing investment programme of £1.3 million a day, which includes diversion works to allow the 17.5km extension of the NET tram service in Nottingham. The company will also invest £13 million in Nottingham city's main sewage treatment works.
Simon Mullan, credit manager at Severn Trent Water, said: "Any price rise, however small, is unwelcome in the current economic climate, but we have worked hard to keep bills as affordable as possible for our customers. In fact our customers will be paying an average of 92 pence a day – that's less than the average cost for a litre of bottled water."