Information on the UK’s landmark pension reforms is starting to be lost. Some items and documents are no longer physically available, for example, the Pensions Commission website and the pension reform section of HM Treasury’s website. Other vital material is hard to find, even to those who know what they’re looking for. There are many further documents that were never available because they weren’t published or because they needed to be private but no longer do.
About the project
We want to bring all this information into one accessible, free-to-use area. We’re working to create the UK’s only pension reform archive and information hub. This will be the authoritative source of published and unpublished documents related to the UK pension reforms. The information hub will include context, background, milestones and timelines.
The archive and public information will be a free resource for researchers, analysts, policymakers, regulators, and practitioners. The impact of the archive will be better designed pension schemes, policy, and regulation around the world. We hope the hub will attract world class researchers and PhD applicants for an improvement in research-led academic outputs.