avon pension fund login. Devon County Council provides Peninsula Pensions as a joint service for the Devon and Somerset Pension Funds. On behalf of the county councils of Devon and Somerset, as well as over 250 additional businesses in the two counties (including district councils, colleges, housing associations, and so on), it manages the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS).
On behalf of Avon and Somerset Constabulary and Devon and Somerset Fire and Rescue Service, respectively, Peninsula Pensions manages its respective police and fire pension plans. We have an Investments Department that coordinates the various investments made on behalf of the Pension Fund.
Avon Pension Fund manages the Local Government Pension Scheme (LGPS) for more than 440 businesses and 113,000 people in the former county of Avon. Institutions such as local unitary councils, universities, academies, town and parish councils, housing associations, and charities all hire people.
Those who are currently receiving a pension, those who have left the scheme and deferred their pension benefits, and those who are actively paying into the scheme as part of their employment with a scheme employer are all served by the pension plans that were administered by Bath & North East Somerset Council (B&NES). Our entire mission as a fund is to ensure the financial well-being of our members in retirement by caring for and protecting their pensions.
The Teachers Pension Scheme and the State Retirement Pension are not outside the purview of the Pensions Administration Section’s responsibilities.
The Department of Work and Pensions is the proper contact for any questions about state retirement benefits (DWP).
The Pension Fund requires an Annual Report and Statement of Accounts from us each year. The investment returns and financial statements, as well as an overview of the scheme’s guiding principles, can be found here.
Annual Statement of Accounts and Annual Report for the Pension Fund are available in the Documentation section.