Did you know that you can now take control of your LGPS pension online?
What is Member Self Service?
Member self service enables you to view personal and financial information about your pension securely. To access your account click here: axise.yourpension.org.uk
What can the online system do?
Our secure system now allows you to:
View and update personal details and changes of address
Find out how much you will receive on retirement
Calculate the amount of additional lump sum you can take on retirement
View your service history, including any service which has been transferred
View your nominated beneficeries
View your 2014 Annual Benefit Statement
If LPP pays your pension, then you can view your pension payslips and P60s
How do I access my online pension records?
To access the secure system you will firstly need to complete a simple registration form online. Click here to register: axise.yourpension.org.uk
Your request will be emailed to LPP and you will be issued an activation code. If your current contact details include an e-mail address, a link to complete your registration will be e-mailed to this address, otherwise your activation key will be sent to your current postal address within 3-5 working days.
Once you have your activation code you can go online and set up a username and password.
*Please note that for security reasons LPP do not hold a record of the username or password you have selected. If you forget your password you will need to re-register from the Log-in web page.
I used to log in with my PIN?
Altair Member Self Service replaces the Axis online system therefore members who currently hold a PIN will need to re-register to set yourself a username and password. This is only a couple of screens and there is a Re-registration option as you enter member self service. Click here to re-register: axise.yourpension.org.uk
I have a question about Member Self Service, who do I contact?
If you require assistance with this system please contact our administration team on Enquiries@localpensionspartnership.org.uk or 0207 369 6118