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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 £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK’s deposit guarantee scheme.

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

For further information visit www.fscs.org.uk

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The latest news from
Buckinghamshire Building Society

  • Partnership with MySafeHome

    14th July 2017

    Since Buckinghamshire Building Society and MySafeHome launched their HOLD (Home Ownership for people with Long-term Disabilities) product just over a year ago they have provided 19 mortgages to help those with long-term disabilities buy their first home.

  • Buck's Fizz New Savings Accounts to Celebrate our 110th anniversary

    14th July 2017

    To celebrate our 110th anniversary we have launched a range of new savings accounts.  Over its 110 years the Society has played an important local role as the only financial institution in the village. It offers residents a safe place to keep their savings and provides an important service to the local community.

  • Buckinghamshire Building Society headline Sponsors for Rennie Grove's Chilterns 3 Peaks Challenge 2017

    24th June 2017

    Once again Buckinghamshire Building Society has sponsored the Chiltern 3 Peaks Challenge organised by Rennie Grove Hospice which will be held on Sunday September 10th 2017.  Alongside 500 other walkers some staff from the Buckinghamshire will also attempt the walk of either 5, 9, or 18 miles over the Chiltern Hills.