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Help paying a bill

If you are struggling to pay your water bill, please get in touch with us as soon as possible to discuss alternative payment options such as a payment plan. We understand that there might be circumstances beyond your control which has made it difficult for you to meet all your financial commitments for a particular period. Further advice on Managing Debt can be found here.

We are here to help, if you have an issue paying your bills please contact our Customer Service Team and we can set you up a payment plan that works for you. You can obtain a copy of our Code of Practice on Debt Management in our Literature Library, this provides more information about how we can help you manage your debt with Icosa Water.

You may also contact third party debt management advisers if you wish to seek independent advice. These centres include:

It’s really important to pay overdue bills straight away.  If you don’t or are unable to keep to a payment plan that you have agreed with us, we will start proceedings to collect the full amount owed to us.

You may be eligible for the WaterSure scheme.

Responsibility for paying your bill

Whoever is occupying the property is normally responsible for paying the bill. If more than one person shares the property, everyone is responsible, even if the bill is only in one name.

Private tenants

If you’re a tenant, you are responsible for paying the bill, unless your landlord has made another agreement with us. If there is no such agreement or we have not received written confirmation from the landlord that they are responsible for the bill, you will be responsible for paying the bill. In some cases, we will hold you and the landlord jointly responsible. This happens if the landlord has failed to provide us with certain information that they are required to provide to us.

Local authority tenants

If you rent a property from the local authority, they may collect the bills on our behalf. This means your rent will include your water charges. If you don’t pay the water charge part of the rent for any reason, the landlord may take legal action against you. You will remain responsible for any bill that is not included in your rent.

Charges are applicable when a supply of water is made available for your property, regardless of whether or not you use the supply.

I think my bill is wrong?

If you think your bill is wrong, or you are not liable to pay it, please tell us straight away. Our telephone number is 0333 000 0133 or email us at billing@icosawater.co.uk. We will try to resolve the matter and temporarily stop any recovery action where an account query cannot be resolved immediately.