Research & TrendsUK Pensions Regulator website shows considerable improvement

UK Pensions Regulator website shows considerable improvement

The website of the UK Pensions Regulator has risen eleven places to take top spot in the latest Sitemorse central government Index with an overall score of 7.4 out of a possible 10 marks.

The website of the UK Pensions Regulator has risen eleven places to take top spot in the latest Sitemorse central government Index with an overall score of 7.4 out of a possible 10 marks.

The Pensions Regulator, a non-departmental public body, is the regulator of work-based pension schemes in the UK. Three years ago the organisation’s website rated 176th in our Index, with a score of 4.3/10, but the site has shown constant visible improvement in benchmarks ever since.

Lisa Sevell, Online Services Manager at The Pensions Regulator, said: “I am delighted at this fantastic result. It’s a great testament to the hard work and effort our small team of specialists has put in to secure the top position in what is a competitive sector. We have an ambitious programme of site development work ahead of us and are looking forward to the challenge.” 


Big climbers in the latest central government benchmark include the Civil Service website (up 115 places to 31st overall), UK Trade & Investment (+126), Monitor – Independent Regulator of NHS Foundation Trusts (rising 129 places to 33rd overall), Transport for London (up 139 to 69th overall) and the Northern Ireland Legal Services Commission (rising 252 to enter the top 20 sites in 19th place this time).

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