who has the final veto on a water meter
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figgy
figgy
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10 years ago
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I have tenants who are wanting to fit a water meter to a property. I have told the tenants I do not want a meter fitted at the property but I am getting the impression that they may go ahead anyway.

I don't want a meter fitting as this is a family sized property and although it may work out cheaper for the current tenant's circumstances it is likely to be more expensive if a larger family move into the house and this will make the property less attractive for rental.

Can I contact the water supplier to advise this is a tenanted property and that as the owner of the property I do not want a water meter fitted?

Thank you

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