Detail of outcome
Summary of 5500 consultation responses and further information on the replacement of Disability Living Allowance and the introduction of Personal Independence Payment for people of working age (16-64) from 2013/14.
This consultation ran from to
Seeking views on Personal Independence Payments, the proposed replacement for the Disability Living Allowance, including BSL video versions of the consultation.
This consultation seeks views on the government‘s proposals to replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) with a new benefit – Personal Independence Payment.
The Personal Independence Payment will continue to be a non-means tested, extra costs benefit paid to people who are in and out of work. It will help disabled people remove the barriers they face to leading full and independent lives. The consultation applies to England, Wales and Scotland.
You can watch British Sign Language editions of:
- the consultation summary
- the consultation questions
You can read the responses to the consultation on the The National Archives as follows: