Timetable for PIP replacing DLA
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Timetable for Personal Independence Payment (PIP) to replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA).
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This publication sets out the dates during which Personal Independence Payment (PIP) will replace Disability Living Allowance (DLA) and sets out the age groups and parts of the country affected at each stage.
Published: 3 September 2013
Updated: 26 August 2015
- Updated the timetable with the latest information about where we will start inviting DLA claimants to claim PIP from 1 September 2015.
- Updated the English version of the document with the latest information about where we will start inviting DLA claimants to claim PIP from 17 August 2015.
- Updated the English version of the timetable with information about extending reassessments of Disability Living Allowance claimants for PIP from 13 July 2015.
- Published revised PDF with new postcode areas effective from 25 May 2015, 22 June 2015 and 27 July 2015.
- Published revised PDF with new postcode areas effective from 30 March 2015.
- Published revised PDF with new postcode areas and details of the next roll out of PIP reassessments.
- Replaced English timetable with revised version giving postcodes to be included from January 2015.
- Updated for the extension of PIP reassessment to new areas from 17 November 2014.
- Corrected guidance on when existing DLA claimants will be invited to claim PIP (specific award end dates for each reassessment area), due to gradual roll out.
- Details added to timetable about extending reassessment areas. DWP will ask existing DLA claimants to claim PIP instead, under certain conditions.
- Updated timetable documents.
- We are delaying the reassessment for some DLA claimants by 3 weeks until 28 October, following the consultation on the PIP ‘moving around’ assessment criteria, to give the government more time to consider responses and to respond.
- First published.