The table below shows the average annual consumption for households that have a meter.
The figures should be used as a guide as consumption will vary depending on your circumstances.
You can monitor your own usage by reading your meter. This can also help you to identify leaks.
|Number of people in property||1||2||3||4||5||6|
|Estimated use per year (cubic metres*)||65.0||100.0||135.0||160.0||180.0||200.0|
|Estimated use (litres per day)||178||274||370||438||493||548|
|Wastewater @ 92.5% (cubic metres)||60.1||92.5||124.87||148.0||166.5||185.0|
|Water and wastewater|
|Average cost per year||£322||£449.40||£576.90||£668||£740.90||£813.70|
|Average cost per year||£111.40||£159.40||£207.40||£241.70||£269.10||£296.60|
|Average cost per year||£210.50||£290||£369.50||£426.30||£471.70||£517.10|
* 1 cubic metre = 1,000 litres
If you do not pay surface water drainage, lower the monthly payments by £2 per month