Birmingham Midshires is a division of Bank of Scotland plc which is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 169628.
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Birmingham Midshires no longer offers mortgage products direct to customers. This includes servicing existing customers with product transfers, further advances and mainstream mortgages. If you have a Buy to let mortgage, to find out more about the products we offer through the intermediary channel please contact an independent financial adviser.
This section of the website helps you with various enquiries about your mortgage account, such as support, personal changes, overpayments, statement information, interest rate information, payment information and sustainability hub. You can also find useful documents and links to other resources.
Birmingham Midshires is an online trading name of Bank of Scotland plc (part of Lloyds Banking Group ). It is headquartered at Pendeford Business Park, Wolverhampton. It previously had 67 branches throughout England and Wales. Previously, Birmingham Midshires was a building society, known as the Birmingham Midshires Building Society .
Our roots date back to 1849. We're the result of an amalgamation of some 50 building societies including the Midshires and Birmingham & Bridgwater Building Societies. Find information on the building societies that formed Birmingham Midshires. Since January 2009, we've been part of Lloyds Banking Group. With a strong and supportive parent ...
Birmingham Midshires’ roots date back to 1842, and from small beginnings it grew through bringing together some 50 building societies including the Midshires and Birmingham and Bridgwater Building Societies, themselves created from the likes of Liverpool Building Society, Wolverhampton and Mercia, Bristol Equitable Permanent Benefit, Swansea, Albion and Gower, and the Warrington.