What will my State Pension Age be?

State Pension Age (SPA) is being increased by the government. Dates have been set for increases in the SPA to 66 and to 67, and further increases are planned.
 
The Government has announced that it will speed up the pace of State Pension Age equalisation for women, so that women’s State Pension Age will reach 65 by November 2018. The State Pension Age will then increase to 66 for both men and women from December 2018 to October 2020.
 
Under current legislation the State Pension Age is due to rise to 67 between 2034 and 2036 and to 68 between 2044 and 2046. However the government has announced plans to revise the legislation so that the date when the State Pension Age rises to 67 is between 2026 and 2028 and that rises above age 67 will be linked to increases in life expectancy.
 
In the future, if your SPA increases, all pension built up in the LGPS 2015 will only be payable unreduced at your new SPA.