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A new website for a new scheme

Our gas legacy

Member Nominated Trustee election results


A new website for a new scheme

The Trustee of the Cadent Gas Pension Scheme (CGPS) is delighted to launch this website for our members, who have now transferred into the CGPS from Section C of the National Grid UK Pension Scheme (NGUKPS).

This website covers much of the same information that appears on the NGUKPS website because, as you will know, the new CGPS has been set up to mirror the benefits provided by the NGUKPS.

However, there are some important differences, among them the make-up of the Trustee Board that is responsible for managing your new scheme. You can find out more about the Trustee here.

Also, whilst UK Pensions Operations will continue to administer the CGPS for the time being, please note that they have a new email address for Cadent Gas members: Please use this email address, rather than the old NGUKPS one. You can also write to UKPO or telephone them; their contact details are here.

We hope you find this website useful and informative. We will be updating it regularly so please add it your favourites.

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Our gas legacy

The CGPS Trustees would like to raise awareness of a National Grid sponsored initiative, as follows:

An online anthology, Gasworks and War Heroes Book of Remembrance, launches to remember World War Two soldiers. 

To mark the 75th anniversary of the end of World War Two, a new initiative has launched to honour the fallen workers of the Gas Light and Coke Company. St William, a joint venture between the Berkeley Group and National Grid, is calling on pensioners and their families and friends to provide entries into an online book of commemoration – The Legacy Lives On: Gasworks and War Heroes Book of Remembrance.

Five hundred workers from the Gas Light and Coke Company – which was responsible for the first operational works to supply gas for public use – gave their lives in WW2 to ensure the future of others. The fallen are commemorated in a roll of honour memorial located at the former Fulham Gas Works site, in London’s SW6, home to the oldest gasholder in the world.

Reflecting on that legacy in this milestone year, with the ongoing Covid-19 restrictions keeping many apart, the virtual memory book aims to celebrate the lives, characters and stories of those within this fundamental industry. St William is asking friends, families and descendants of the former Gas Light and Coke Company employees to share photographs, memories and anecdotes of their loved ones, to create a rich library of content which can be accessed online and read at any time.

The year-long search and creation of the Gasworks and War Heroes Book of Remembrance is being delivered in partnership with a local school, Fulham Cross College, as part of a dedicated local history project for Year 7 and 12 pupils, and the War and Conflict Subject Specialist Network, a partnership programme led by the Imperial War Museum.

The Gasworks and War Heroes Book of Remembrance will be hosted online at and available for all to access.

To submit photos, memories and/or stories of former employees of the Gas Light and Coke Company, please get in touch by visiting or contact

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Member Nominated Trustee election results

In the Pensions Update issued in January 2021 we advised members that we would be running an election to appoint four Member Nominated Trustees (MNTs) to the Board.

The Trustee received five nominations for the roles, and Scheme members were asked to vote for up to four candidates. To ensure accuracy and independence the election was run by Civica, an external election services provider.

Voting closed at 5pm on 4th June 2021, after which Civica advised that 5,109 members voted, and confirmed the results. We are pleased to announce that the elected MNTs are:

Phil Brown
Sue Ellwood
Hilary Speller
Stephen Willmott

Phil and Hilary are re-elected MNTs, Sue and Stephen are newly elected MNTs and are due to take up their role in late July 2021.

We would like to thank all the candidates who stood for election and all those members who took the time to submit their votes.

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