Impact assessment

Impact assessment – increasing the State Pension age to 67

This publication was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

Bringing forward the increase in State Pension age to between 2026 and 2028

Documents

Long term State Pension sustainability: increasing the State Pension age to 67

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Long term State Pension sustainability: increasing the State Pension age to 67 – December 2011

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Detail

In his 2011 Autumn Statement, the Chancellor announced that the Government intended to bring forward the increase in State Pension age to 67 between 2026 and 2028.

The impact assessment for bringing forward the increase in the State Pension age to 67 has been updated and the latest version can be found on the Pensions Bill page.

These earlier versions of the impact assessment were published in January 2013 (when the draft Pensions Bill was published) and December 2011 (following the initial announcement).