Key report recommendations on page 10 and briefly summarised below for the top points of interest. https://www.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/505928/53949_Armed_Forces_Pay_Review_2016_Accessible.pdf Recommendations (from 1 April 2016 unless otherwise stated): • A one per cent increase in base pay in advance of the transition to the NEM Pay structure . • Targeted pay measures: – Recruitment and Retention Payment (RRP) rates to be held at 2015-16 levels for those receiving RRP (Mountain Leader) and RRP (Parachute Jumping Instructor). – All other rates of RRP to be increased by one per cent. – Full reviews of RRP (Flying), RRP (Mountain Leader), RRP (Parachute Jumping Instructor), RRP (Special Forces), RRP (Special Forces Communications) and RRP (Special Reconnaissance Regiment) to be conducted next year. – Reserves’ Bounties and Call-out Gratuity to be increased by one per cent. – All rates of compensatory allowances to be increased by one per cent. • No increase to rental charges for Service Family Accommodation (SFA) under the four-tier grading system in advance of the transition to the Combined Accommodation Assessment System (CAAS). • The top charge band for each type of SFA in the CAAS to be set at the top charge of the four-tier grading system for that type and that the level of reduction for lower bands for each type should be in steps of ten per cent of that top rate. • Rental charges for Single Living Accommodation grade 1 for charge to be increased by 3.2 per cent (in line with the rental component of RPI as at November 2015), with increases of 2.1 per cent to grade 2, 1.1 per cent to grade 3 and zero to grade 4. • No increase to the Daily Food Charge, which remains at £4.79. • The daily price of the Core Meal (for all three meals) under Pay As You Dine to be set at the value of the Daily Food Charge plus VAT (an increase from £4.89 to £5.75).