Share how you will be affected by rising water bills in England and Wales

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<span>Photograph: Martin Godwin/The Guardian</span>
Photograph: Martin Godwin/The Guardian

Households in England and Wales are facing the biggest increase to water bills in almost two decades from April.

Industry body Water UK said the typical water bill will increase to an average of £448 a year from April, a rise of 7.5%. But households may pay less or more depending on regional variations and individual factors, such as whether they have a meter and how much water they use.

We would like to speak with people about how they will be affected by this hike amid the cost of living crisis. How much will your bills rise by? What impact will this have on you?