How many branches does the Nottingham Building Society have?

The society currently has 48 branches across 9 counties including in city centre on Parliament Street, Beeston, Bulwell, Mapperley, on Mansfield Road, and Wollaton.

Is Nottingham Building Society closing down?

With the vast majority of the building society’s estate agency and lettings activity transferring over to the Belvoir Group, its own estate agency and letting operation will close by the end of August. This will mean closures of six branches – three of which were combined building society and estate agencies.

Does Nottingham Building Society have online banking?

Do you do online banking? Yes, we do have an online savings account through Beehive Money. Beehive’s savings accounts provide a simple and secure way to manage your savings online.

Is Nottingham Building Society a mutual?

At The Nottingham, we pride ourselves on looking after our members money. It’s something we have been doing successfully since 1849. We’re a mutual building society, which means we are owned by our members. Unlike banks, we don’t have shareholders and therefore don’t pay dividends.

Who owns the Nottingham building society?

Wren Sterling
Nottingham Building Society is an introducer to Wren Sterling for Financial planning, including investments, pensions and protection. Wren Sterling is a trading name of Wren Sterling Financial Planning Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority; registered No. 665653.

How much can you withdraw from Nottingham Building Society?

How much can I withdraw from my account? Postal accounts have no minimum or maximum withdrawal amounts, however the accounts all have a minimum balance which must remain in the account to keep it open. If you have a branch account you can withdraw up to £500 cash daily subject to withdrawal conditions.

How does a building society work?

A building society is a type of financial institution that provides banking and other financial services to its members. Building societies resemble credit unions in the U.S. in that they are owned entirely by their members. These societies offer mortgages and demand-deposit accounts.

Who owns the Nottingham Building Society?

What are the disadvantages of building societies?


  • Building societies are not as secure as they have historically been. The choice of mutual is falling and failures have become more commonplace.
  • Many building societies have geographical restrictions.
  • Building societies often have a restricted choice of products.

What is the difference between bank and building society?

Banks are businesses that are typically listed on the stock market. Therefore, they are owned and run for the benefit of their shareholders. On the other hand, building societies do not have external shareholders involved in their business.

How big is Nottingham Building Society?

Total assets of £3.8 billion and gross mortgage lending of over £350 million for 2019. The Society welcomed over 20,000 new customers and is present in over 60 locations across nine counties.

How do I get rid of Lisa money?

If you’re willing to pay this withdrawal charge to withdraw money from your Lifetime ISA, just log in to your account and select ‘Withdrawals’. If you’d like to use your Lifetime ISA to buy your first home, you’ll need to contact your solicitor or conveyancer directly, who’ll ask you to complete a declaration.

Where is Nottingham Building Society located?

Nottingham branch At the heart of the East Midlands, Nottingham is the city where Nottingham Building Society was founded by philanthropist and Quaker Samuel Fox in 1849 and to this day is the location of our head office.

How many branches of the society are there in Nottingham?

The society currently has 67 branches across 11 counties including in city centre on Parliament Street, Beeston, Bulwell, Mapperley, Sherwood on Mansfield Road, and Wollaton. It has many of its branches in the county of Nottinghamshire, Hertfordshire and others in Lincolnshire, Derbyshire and Sheffield .

How do I contact Nottingham Building Society mortgage customers?

Existing Nottingham Building Society mortgage customers call 0344 481 1224 Call and talk to us or visit your nearest branch. If you would like to talk about payment difficulties please call our Payment Support Team on 0115 956 4670.

What types of accounts does Nottingham Building Society offer?

At any one time we can offer ISAs, fixed rate savers, easy access accounts or children’s savers to get your little ones started… take a look at the accounts we’re offering right now. Existing Nottingham Building Society mortgage customer?