Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework: 2019 to 2024
A 5-year deal setting out how community pharmacy will support delivery of the NHS Long Term Plan.
The Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework (CPCF) came into force in October 2019. The aim of the framework is to expand and transform the role of community pharmacies, as part of the ambitions set out in the
NHS Long Term Plan.
This agreement is between the government, the NHS and the Pharmaceutical Services Negotiating Committee (PSNC).
Published 22 July 2019
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22 September 2022
Added 'Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework 5-year deal: year 4 (2022 to 2023) and year 5 (2023 to 2024)'.
4 July 2022
Replaced 'Pharmacies eligible for the 2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme' with updated spreadsheet.
3 February 2022
Change to review application window for contractors to submit applications to 04 January 2022 to 04 March 2022 (previously February 2022).
27 August 2021
Updated '2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme: guidance' to correct some inaccuracies throughout that were published in error.
27 August 2021
Added 'The 2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme: guidance' and 'Pharmacies eligible for the 2022 Pharmacy Access Scheme' attachments.
23 August 2021
Added 'Community Pharmacy Contractual Framework 5-year deal: year 3 (2021 to 2022)'.
23 February 2020
An attachment with information about year 2 of the framework has been added.
22 July 2019