I'm already receiving an LGPS pension – will it be affected?
If you built up any pension in the LGPS before 1 April 2014 and you are re-employed in local government or by an employer who offers membership of the LGPS you must tell the LGPS fund that pays your pension about your new position, regardless of whether you join the scheme in your new position or not. They will let you know whether your pension in payment is affected in any way.
Subject to the next paragraph, if you have only built up benefits in the LGPS from 1 April 2014, draw your pension and are then reemployed in local government or by an employer who offers membership of the LGPS you do not need to inform the LGPS fund that pays your pension as there is no effect on your pension in payment.
If you are in receipt of an LGPS ill health pension which is of the type that is stopped if you are in any gainful employment, your pension may be affected and you must inform the employer who awarded you that pension if you take up employment (whether in local government or elsewhere). They will let you know whether your pension in payment should be stopped.