Was told I'd have to wait 6 - 8 weeks for a decision, but it's taken just 4 weeks arriving in this morning's post. I did not think Nov 30th's reassessment went very well at all. In fact I was downright pessimistic about getting a favourable decision. Pleased to say how wrong I was. Not only did I qualify for PIP but my daily living needs have increased from standard rate to enhanced rate. My mobility rate remains as standard. Goes without saying that I'm really pleased with the result, which means an extra £120 per month, and justly so as my condition has noticeably deteriorated since I was first assessed in 2014. The only blip is that I will have to be reassessed in three years time instead of the previous four.
Oh, I should add that my wife was never in doubt that I'd get an improved rate. She repeatedly said that they only need to take one look at me to see the state I'm in...and there was me under the illusion that I look 20 years younger than what I am. Blinkin' tramadol playing tricks with my mind again!