The Gender Identity Research and Education Society (GIRES ) is the UK’s leading transgender research organization. Similarly, UK Trans Info is another great resource; both of these websites contain a lot of helpful information.
University resources and policies
Legal resources and information about changing documents
Information about changing legal documents can be found here (GIRES) or here (UK Trans Info). Information about other legal matters in general can be found here (GIRES) or here (UK Trans Info). Of particular relevance is the the Equality Act 2010, which gave legal protections to trans people for the first time.
Changing your driving license (Note: This webpage does not provide information about changing your gender on your driving license. No evidence is needed for a change of gender, although it may be helpful to do so in conjunction with a change of name and deed poll. You will need to contact the DVLA for more information.)
Medical care pathways and NHS guidelines
Information about the regulations and procedures which apply to trans medical treatment can be found on the GIRES website. Click here for documents relating to trans patients, or here to read guidelines for doctors, which are also interesting. UK Trans Info also has information here. Alternatively, check out the NHS Transgender information page for information about the range of treatment options.
Sport England Transgender Policy (See the document titled “Transsexual People – Eligibility to Compete in Domestic Competition”)