Guidance

What PIP means for local authorities

Personal Independence Payment guidance for local authority employees.

Documents

What PIP means for local authorities

Welsh: What PIP means for local authorities

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Sample editorial content for local authorities

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Welsh: Sample editorial for local authorities

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Detail

This guidance explains how Personal Independence Payment (PIP) affects local authorities. It covers:

  • the impact on sharing of data between benefit systems
  • how access to other disability benefits and services is affected
  • exemption from the benefit cap
  • where to go for further guidance and support