NHS Pension Scheme

Public service pensions, including the NHS Pension Scheme are changing because public servants and the taxpayer need fair and sustainable pension reforms that will last a generation.

The Department of Health is developing an online pension calculator and other materials, so members of the NHS Pension Scheme can see how the proposed changes affect them personally.

Interactive slide pack on the NHS pension scheme

An interactive slide pack published in response to the Heads of Agreement on the proposed scheme design for the NHS Pension Scheme is available to view. The pack is to … Read more → – Interactive slide pack on the NHS pension scheme

NHS pensions ‘heads of agreement’ reached

As announced in Parliament today, we are outlining the Heads of Agreement on the proposed scheme design for the NHS Pension Scheme to be introduced in 2015. The next steps … Read more → – NHS pensions ‘heads of agreement’ reached

Government response to NHS Pension Scheme consultation

Announced today over half a million extra staff will not need to pay any extra into their pensions next year. The government response to the consultation on proposed increases to … Read more → – Government response to NHS Pension Scheme consultation

NHS Pension Scheme calculators published

Updated 20 December 2011 As announced in Parliament on 20 December – there has been a new Heads of Agreement reached with the Trades Unions, employers and DH involved in … Read more → – NHS Pension Scheme calculators published

Public service pensions – the NHS Pension Scheme

The Health Secretary has today written to all Chairs of NHS trusts, SHA clusters, PCT clusters, Foundation Trusts and Arm’s Length Bodies about the Government’s proposed changes to public service … Read more → – Public service pensions – the NHS Pension Scheme