The Pensions Service Centre can help if you’re changing your personal details, leaving the plan, or transferring your benefits. And they can explain what to do if you’re the beneficiary of a member who has recently died. They’re happy to help with any other general queries too.
The details below show how to reach them by email, post or phone. The team is available between 9am and 5pm, Monday to Friday.
You can find other useful contacts here too – like how to find a pension you’ve lost track of, or get financial advice.
To contact the Pensions Service Centre
Pensions Service Centre
PO Box 500
Or call: 0114 241 4545
To contact the Trustee Executive
The Trustee Executive is not able to answer general enquiries about your own benefits but they can answer questions about the management of the Plan, funding and investment strategy.
Royal Mail Pensions Trustees Limited,
2nd Floor, 11 Ironmonger Lane,
London EC2V 8EY
To find out about State Pensions
The Government has created a handy calculator - it shows you what you can expect from the State Pension.
To find a pension
you’ve lost track of
You can track down lost pensions through the Pension Tracing Service.
To get financial
You can find an independent financial adviser through the IFA Promotion website.
For support and information
The Pensions Advisory Service offer free and impartial guidance to people with workplace pensions. They can also help with a problem or complaint that you can't resolve by speaking or writing to us.
The Rowland Hill Fund supports current and former employees of Royal Mail Group in times of need. It offers both financial assistance and practical support.