Local Pharmaceutical Committees (LPCs) represent all NHS pharmacy owners in a defined locality, usually one or more specified NHS Integrated Care Board (ICB) area and Local Authority Health and Wellbeing board areas.
LPCs are recognised by NHS England and NHS ICBs at a local level. They are consulted on local matters affecting pharmacy owners.
Learn more about the roles and powers of an LPC in our briefing.
Choose an LPC from the box below to access their website:
Please note: A new term of office for LPCs began on 1st July 2023, reducing the total number to 58. Further mergers in October have reduced this to 55, but some are still in the process of updating their websites and branding so their former details remain until their new ones are ready.
Learn more about the new Community Pharmacy Locals
Map being updated to align with the new Community Pharmacy England Committee regions