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You will receive a pension and a retirement lump sum based on the best of your last three years pensionable pay. Your pension is 1/80th of the best of the last three years pensionable pay for each year of pensionable membership in the scheme. Part years will also count towards your pension.

Your pension is calculated as follows: pensionable pay x pensionable membership x 1/80 = pension

Your retirement lump sum is normally three times the pension. It is calculated as follows: pensionable pay x pensionable membership x 3/80 = retirement lump sum

You can also use the pension calculators on our website to obtain an illustration of the amounts that may be available to you.


For more information, please see the Retirement section of our website.

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