The DWP has published the uprated amounts for benefits to be paid from April 2024 to 2025.

Attendance allowance

higher rate from 101.75 to 108.55

lower rate from 68.10 to 72.65

Carers Allowance

From 76.75 to 81.90

Disability Living Allowance

Care Component
Highest from 101.75 to 108.55

Middle from 68.10 to 72.65

Lowest from 26.90 to 28.70

Mobility Component
Higher from 71.00 to 75.75

Lower from 26.90 to 28.70

 

ESA components

work-related activity from 33.70 to 35.95

support from 44.70 to 47.70

Personal Independence Payment

Daily living component
Enhanced from 101.75 to 108.55

Standard from 68.10 to 72.65

Mobility component
Enhanced from 71.00 to 75.75

Standard from 26.90 to 28.70

Universal credit

Limited Capability for Work amount from 146.31 to 156.11

Limited Capability for Work and Work-Related Activity amount from 390.06 to 416.19

You can download a copy of the full benefits and pensions rates for 2024/25 here.

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    Malc · 11 days ago
    I'm so sorry I meant to say I don't get any extra money for being on lcwra, is this a mistake? Been signed.off for years , thanks , sorry for spamming,🤯
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    Malc · 11 days ago
    Another question. I've been on lcwra for years . Is there a reason for this ? Thanks
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    Malc · 11 days ago
    Just checked my UC for May and no increase ? Any feedback appreciated.
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      Andrew · 9 days ago
      @Malc Malc
      It depends on what day of the month you receive your UC payment as to when the increase will be given.  Sounds as if you are like me - should see the increase from next month.
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    Sarah · 12 days ago
    Had an increase in my housing and the single over 25,but no increase for child element or lcrwa?? Anyone explain why this might be
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    Kath · 14 days ago
    Has anyone not had an increase in esa for 2 years please 
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    Samantha · 15 days ago
    Hi
    My daughter is 22 on uc and gets lcrwa on top her money has stayed the same and not gone up she got £682.17 today. When does she get the new amounts 
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    Sami · 16 days ago
    Hello, I received the 50 page ESA form today, I am doing ESA and I don't know what this booklet is for? Is there a problem if I don't fill it out?
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      sami · 14 days ago
      @Sami could you answer me pls, I'm not sure about it, thank you
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    Joy Smit · 17 days ago
    Will the amount you can have in savings increase 
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    Faye southall · 1 months ago
    I’ve had a letter I’m now in esa support group so I’m getting more for that. About £60 a month. It’s showing from next April it will go up from £73 per week to £228 a week. Great but I don’t think it is right….though I hope it is. 😁
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    Stacey · 1 months ago
    I got my ESA today, no increase but noticed I’m short by £5, anyone else? 
    I have no loans or anything with DWP I do claim carers for my mom but have been doing so for over a year and already had my benefits adjusted accordingly. Just seems a little strange.
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      Michelie · 1 months ago
      @Stacey Hi my son is getting dla and he had the increase for the last 2 weeks and the first 2 weeks with the rate before the increase but the payment is £6.25 short 🤷🏻‍♀️
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      Jason · 1 months ago
      @Stacey Similar thing here got my pip but not only was I paid 2 weeks early I also was short £5
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    Mel · 1 months ago
    I got my esa today 11th April and it hasn't been increased yet, 
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    Lozza · 1 months ago
    Got my esa this morning but no increase , suppose to take effect form the 8th April but seems like no one got it 
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      May · 1 months ago
      @Lozza You'll get the increased amount in the first full period after the increase. ESA is paid in arrears, so if you got paid on the 11th that's for the two weeks up to the 11th. Your next payment will be the one that's higher.
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      Diana · 1 months ago
      @Lozza Same here!

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    Anthony · 1 months ago
    I have bills coming out today 11th april 2024 ment get paid today it has not gone in so worried any help 
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    Anthony · 1 months ago
    Hi I ment get paid today my esa 11th april normally in my bank at 12 or 12.16 not had it any ideas who do I call to get it 
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    Jason · 1 months ago
    Hi wounding if someone could help me going throw so much 

    1.Do you get extra money if you have be awarded lcw.
    2.Done a Mandatory Reconsideration and still was not afraid lcwra currently going throw a lot, Heart Disease, Depression, Anxiety, Atrial Flutter, Atrial Ectopy, Dilated Cardiomyopathy and have a family history of sudden death


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      Stacey · 1 months ago
      @Jason As stressful as it is, ask for a second opinion if they say no, apply for a tribunal. When I claimed ESA years ago I had to do this process and over the last year had to do it with PIP. Do not take what they say as the definite, a tribunal is neutral, fair and unbiased and will allow you to explain in detail your health condition! Dont give up! 
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    Carly · 1 months ago
    I got my ESA paid in today and it hasn't gone up and it's the 10th ? 
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    Arthur · 1 months ago
    I claim both Carers allowance and child DLA but have not received the annual uprating letter for either benefit yet. Getting a bit worried now, they usually arrived in March!

    Anyone had there's and when did they arrive?
    Or are DWP just real late sending them out this year for some reason?
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    Declan 1984 · 1 months ago
    I always notice since I been on esa I don't  know why the new awards letters keep saying a amount  of money only applies for 6 months even I get the same amount continued to April.
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    M · 1 months ago
    Has everyone received their uprating letter? Super worried as not had mine yet :(
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    Angela · 1 months ago
    I got my ESA paid in today 5th April 2024, but why hasn't it gone up at all. I thought benefits were going up in April
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