Water bills in Jersey are set to rise from April.
Jersey Water's tariffs are increasing by 3p per day for the average household, in line with the 2.7% rise in RPI in September 2019.
It means the average annual water bill will increase by £10.95.
The company, which supplies over seven billion litres of water to over 40,000 businesses and homes, says it has kept price rises at or below the cost of living, in all but two of the past 20 years.
It says in the last decade the average cost has decreased by around £14.00 per year - a rate of 4.7% when factoring in the cost of inflation.
The Chief Executive says they have been able to keep price increases to a minimum wile offering customers the best value for money.
The company says it will be focussing on a water resources management plan in 2020 to try to address potential water shortages in the future.