Redbridge Forms & Publications

Member Self Service 

The new Member Self Service (MSS) module for the Redbridge pensions administration system is now live. MSS will allow Active and Deferred Members to keep informed about the state of their pension, view/update contact details, view documents such as Annual Benefit Statements and view/update nomination details.

Active members will also be able to perform their own online calculations to obtain estimates of what they could expect to receive at retirement age or due to early retirement as a result of redundancy or ill health. 

The site will also allow Pensioners to update nomination details.

If you have not already registered to use Member Self Service, you can do so in 3 simple steps by clicking on the following link: 

1. Click ‘Click Here to Register’ and complete the requested details to request an activation key.
2. Once you have received your activation key, complete your registration by returning to the Member Self Service homepage at, click on ‘Login’ and follow the instructions on screen.
3. Enter your username and password to log in for the first time.

We have built the system so that hopefully it is fairly intuitive to use however if you have any comments regarding your user experience please use the Contact Us section of the website to send feedback.

Annual Benefit Statement 2016

We would like to advise all Active and Deferred scheme members of a minor alteration to the 2016 Annual Benefit Statement. 
The statements inform members of the London Borough of Redbridge’s participation in the National Fraud Initiative and provides a link to the Audit Commission website for more information regarding the Initiative. Unfortunately, the website that this link will direct you to is no longer applicable as the Audit Commission has closed. 
You can find out more information relating to the National Fraud Initiative on GOV.UK via the following link:


This section of the site contains information for Members and Employers of the Redbridge Pension Fund, including pension fund publications, commonly used forms and factsheets.

Some documents on the website have been produced and provided by the Local Pensions Partnership, which we acknowledge with thanks. However, if you have any questions arising from reading these documents, you should contact your own Pensions team and not the LPP. Contact details can be found by clicking on the “Contact Us” button in the top “help” bar.

Click here to find out the cost of buying your “lost pension” as a result of your recent industrial action: