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As dedicated to our customers as we are to their finances

Our services have not fundamentally changed since our beginnings in 1907, we offer a range of uncomplicated savings accounts as well as "tailor made" mortgage products to suit the individual needs of our borrowers

Your eligible deposits with Buckinghamshire Building Society are protected up to a total of £75,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme.

Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered.

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The latest news from
Buckinghamshire Building Society

  • New First Time Buyers Mortgage Product

    16th January 2017

    Buckinghamshire Building Society launches a new first time buyer mortgage product for 2017.  If you are interested in learning more please visit our mortgage pages.  For mortgage advice and for further information about this product you must first contact an independent mortgage advisor who will guide you through the process of choosing the correct mortgage product for you.

  • Chiltern Food Bank Collection

    8th December 2016

    Last week our staff worked alongside the Chiltern Food Bank volunteers collecting food donations at our local Tesco. The Food Bank collected over 4 tonnes of food over the 3 days.  As part of our support this year the staff  also donated over 40 boxes of chocolates and sweets.  

  • New Defibriliator installed
    in Chalfont St Giles

    20th October 2016

    Buckinghamshire Building Society has recently installed a fully automatic defibrillator in Chalfont St Giles village on the wall of their office.

    Chief Executive, Andrew Craddock unveiled the defibrillator with Gordon Patrick, Chairman of Chalfont St Giles Parish Council.  Gordon explained   “The funding of a defibrillator on the high street is a valuable community asset -  it is our sincere wish that it will never be needed, but the fact that it is there is very reassuring”