The role of the PCC is to:
The PCC does not deal with issues relating to individual entitlements to Fund benefits.
It normally meets four times a year.
The PCC is made up of 20 councillors in the following sections, elected directly by Fund members as shown below:
Number of members
Elected by and from members (including dependants of deceased members) already receiving pensions and members with deferred pension benefits, but excluding any members of Sections Two and Three
Elected by and from members who are employees of TfL or its subsidiaries or contractors but excluding members of Section Three
Elected by and from members who are employees of London Underground Limited or its subsidiaries or contractors, or of Tube Lines Limited
|Section One||Section Two||Section Three|
|Peter Amos||Carole Davies - TfL||Steve Connolly - London Underground|
Luke Howard - TfL (Chair)
|Eddie Darroch - London Underground|
|David Biggs||Samuel Laidler - TfL||Mark Harding - London Underground|
|Joel Kosminsky||Sean Mobbs - TfL||Richard Head - London Underground|
|Paul Kilius-Smith*||Gilly Leonard-Ross - London Underground|
|Chris Miller*||Paul Murphy* - London Underground|
|Beverley Milner-Simonds||Paul O'Brien - Tube Lines|
The PCC elects its own Chair (currently Luke Howard) annually. The PCC Secretary (currently Julian Collins) is provided by TfL. Stephen Field, Director of Pensions & Reward, or his deputy, attends as Pensions Adviser.
The longest-serving quarter of councillors of the PCC must retire from office on 30 November every year.
Any Fund members may nominate, and second, another member as a candidate for election or re-election to the section which represents them all. Retiring Councillors can also be nominated.
The nominee must also provide:
The information provided must be factual, appropriate and inoffensive. You may also provide a passport sized photograph of the nominee for inclusion in voting papers.
You should send completed nominations to PCC Secretary, usually by August. Watch the News section for further details and the deadline for submission.
If there are more nominations than vacancies, elections are held by postal ballot among Fund members in the relevant sections.
Under the Fund rules, the PCC nominates Trustees from among its members as follows:
The PCC decides how long each Trustee is in office. It is normally until the end of the Trustee's PCC period of office.