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The Buckinghamshire Building Society

 
 
 
CCC Financial Tenant Loans Secured Loan Overseas Mortgages The Buckinghamshire Building Society was founded in 1907 in Chalfont St Giles by a group of local businessmen. Known as the Chalfont and District Permanent, it has served the local Chalfonts and Chiltern area community ever since. William Gurney JP Founder Member & first

Chairman of Board of Directors It was renamed the Buckinghamshire Building Society in 1961, and expanded in the eighties to include a second branch in Chalfont St Peter. In 1998 the original building in Chalfont St Giles was totally destroyed by fire, and for a year after that the staff had the difficult task of continuing to operate from temporary accommodation.
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Once the head office reopened, plans to open a Mortgage department in the branch office were realised, and the Buckinghamshire Building Society has since gone from strength to strength. In the last seven years its membership has doubled in size, and its assets have grown from £1m in 1960 to over £100m by the year 2000.
Buckinghamshire Building Society The Buckinghamshire Building Society is a Mutual Society, therefore owned by the members. In common with all mutual societies, the Buckinghamshire Building Society has no shareholders to pay, so the emphasis is firmly on providing value to existing and new members through competitive products. Following the 1992 introduction of the Chiltern Gold Postal account, half the society's investment business now comes from members scattered all over the country. The society combines this national aspect of customer support with the well-established personal service to local people that has always been the hallmark of the society. High Street Chalfont St. Giles, Bucks HP8 4QB
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