Severn Trent Billing
edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in Water Bills
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Sorry this is my first post so I hope it's in the right thread. I moved addresses a year ago and informed my water supplier before I moved (Severn Trent) that I was moving. I received a letter at my new address confirming that they had updated my records, but no bill for the forthcoming year. I even received a small repayment for an overpayment on my previous account, but still no bill! A year on, I received a bill for the previous year based on the ratable value of my property (I live on my own in a one bed flat with no bath, no garden, and no washing machine). I have now arranged to have a water meter installed which severn trent estimated will save me £90: almost half my annual bill. Do I have any grounds to argue that the bill they have sent me for 2004-2005 should be revised down to what I would have paid in estimate if I had had a water meter, given that I would have installed one when I moved in if presented with this bill for the forthcoming year? Any advice appreciated: I can at least divide the payment into monthly direct debits
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