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This tariff helps the lowest income households in our region. To qualify for HelpU the water supply to the household must be for domestic use only, someone in the household must receive at least one means-tested benefit and the combined annual household income must be on or under the threshold for the household size as shown in the table below.
It’s important to let us know the total number of occupants (including children) in your household and to include all the income your household receives from occupiers who live at your property who are aged 16 years and over.
Here’s a list of types of the means-tested benefits which someone in the household must be receiving at least one of:
Special Note: We exclude some types of income from the combined annual household income calculation (such as Housing Benefit, Council Tax Reduction and disability/carer benefits and premiums). For more information please refer to section 5.2 of our Terms and Conditions.
If you qualify for the scheme we will cap your water bill which means you won’t pay over a certain amount for the year. If you have a water meter and the charge would be lower than the HelpU amount, your bill will be based on the reading from your water meter
If you’d like to apply for HelpU, please click here or download a paper version here.
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