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Summer price rise for Southern Water

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Southern Water has announced plans to start charging its customers more in the summer than in the winter.

The aim of the so-called 'seasonal tariff' is to preserve water supplies in the dry summer months.

It will start in June in Hampshire, where its customers will have new meters installed.

Les Dawson, chief executive of Southern Water explains how is it going to work.

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