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The Local Government Pension Scheme (Amendment) Regulations 2018

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Amendment of the Local Government Pension Scheme Regulations 2013

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7.  In regulation 21(1) (assumed pensionable pay)—

(a)in paragraph (4), for “Subject to paragraph (4A)” substitute “Subject to paragraphs (4A), and (5A) to (5C)”; and

(b)after paragraph (5) insert—

(5A) Where the pensionable pay received by a member during any period specified in paragraph (4)(a)(i) or (4)(b)(i) was, in the opinion of the Scheme employer, materially lower than the level of pensionable pay that member normally received, for the purposes of this regulation the Scheme employer may substitute for the pensionable pay the member received, a higher level of pensionable pay to reflect the level of pensionable pay that the member would normally have received.

(5B) In determining what the level of pensionable pay a member normally receives for the purposes of paragraph (5A) a Scheme employer must have regard to the level of pensionable pay received by the member in the previous 12 months.

(5C) Where any pensionable pay that has been received by a member includes fees of the kind listed in regulation 20(2)(j)(i) to (iv) (returning officer fees), for the purposes of paragraph (4)(a)(i) or (4)(b)(i) the annual rate of pensionable pay in respect of the fees in that employment that the member received is the annual average of the pensionable pay relating to those fees during the three years preceding the date the absence, the ill-health retirement or death occurred, or during the membership in that employment if less than three years..

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Regulation 21 was amended by S.I. 2015/755.

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