Jersey Water raises bills for the 12th year in a row

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The cost of water will go up by 1% in Jersey from 1 April.

Jersey Water said it was the 12th year in a row that prices had increased, but stressed the rise was still below inflation.

The company said: "Over the past decade the cost of metered water has actually fallen, if you take into account inflation."

Jersey Water wants 90% of homes to be on a meter in the next four years. Three quarters of homes now have one.

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