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    PIP Decision Timescales

    I don't know how accurate these figures are , but my current PIP application was submitted the beginning of July 2018, and all I've had to date is a letter 5.5 weeks ago telling me they now had all of my information (My home F2F was in the first week in Dec 2018)

    https://www.theukrules.co.uk/rules/e...-payments.html (secure link)

    (Sorry if this has been posted before/elsewhere)
    Last edited by guardian9622; 01-18-2019 at 12:40 PM. Reason: Extra text

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    After my F2F I got my decision in 3 weeks

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    Great stuff
    They commented on the volume of evidence I supplied.
    Got a text two days after assessment, then nothing since

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    Was this a new application or a renewal?

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdwatcher View Post
    Was this a new application or a renewal?
    Hi Birdwatcher.

    This was a renewal. I wanted to update my decline in mobility, as the 1st award in 2016 gave me enhanced daily living but only 4 points for mobility
    I had my home f2f in December, a text two days later but nothing since (coming up on six weeks now)

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    Quote Originally Posted by barbiejane View Post
    After my F2F I got my decision in 3 weeks
    How long ago was that BarbieJane?

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    My neighbour had a f2f on 4 December 2018. This morning received a call from DWP with a good result. Satndard Daily Living and Ehnanced Mobility. It took 7 weeks for this decision to be made.

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    Great result if that's what he was waiting for Sarah777
    Seven weeks? There's hope for me yet. I'm on six weeks tomorrow and still waiting :/

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    Quote Originally Posted by guardian9622 View Post
    Hi Birdwatcher.

    This was a renewal. I wanted to update my decline in mobility, as the 1st award in 2016 gave me enhanced daily living but only 4 points for mobility
    I had my home f2f in December, a text two days later but nothing since (coming up on six weeks now)
    Thank you.

    I'm waiting to hear about a renewal myself. No change (except for new names for the same issues) and I sent it in in December, but I'm yet to hear anything at all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by birdwatcher View Post
    Thank you.

    I'm waiting to hear about a renewal myself. No change (except for new names for the same issues) and I sent it in in December, but I'm yet to hear anything at all.
    It occurred to me yesterday that their six-week estimate started the week before the Christmas shut-down, so I guess it could be another couple of weeks until the dreaded "Brown Envelope!"

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