Yorkshire Building Society is the third largest building society in the UK, with its headquarters in Bradford, West Yorkshire, England. It is a member of the Building Societies Association . The society also owns the Chelsea Building Society and Norwich and Peterborough Building Society , as well as Accord Mortgages and the savings business of ...
Head Office: Yorkshire House, Yorkshire Drive, Bradford BD5 8LJ. References to 'YBS Group' or 'Yorkshire Group' refer to Yorkshire Building Society, the trading names under which it operates (Chelsea Building Society, the Chelsea, Norwich & Peterborough Building Society, N&P and Egg) and its subsidiary companies.
Yorkshire Building Society launches two best buy easy-access savings rates paying up to 2.5% - but they both come with a catch. Its Rainy Day account pays 2.5% on balances up to £5k and 2% above that
Haywards Heath Building Society: merged with the: Yorkshire Building Society: 1992 Cheshunt Building Society: merged with the: Bristol and West Building Society: 1992 Heart of England Building Society: merged with the: Cheltenham & Gloucester Building Society: 1993 St. Pancras Building Society: merged with the: Portman Building Society: 1993
Yorkshire Building Society has announced it will automatically add 0.30 percent to its variable rate savings accounts following today's Bank of England rate increase. By Temie Laleye.
Yorkshire Building Society is a member of the Building Societies Association and is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority. Yorkshire Building Society is entered in the Financial Services Register and its registration number is 106085.
Norwich & Peterborough Building Society (N&P) is a trading name of Yorkshire Building Society based in Bradford, West Yorkshire.Formed by the merger of the Norwich and Peterborough building societies in 1986, at the time of merger with YBS, it was the ninth largest building society in the United Kingdom, with assets in excess of £4.9 billion.
Yorkshire Building Society is adding up to 0.75 percent to its existing variable rate savings accounts, following the Bank of England rate increase earlier this month.
The review process was started in 2000 by Alan Howarth, then minister at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS). The outcome was the paper "The Power of Place" in 2000, followed by the subsequent policy document "The Historic Environment: A Force for Our Future", published by the DCMS and the Department of the Environment, Transport and the Regions (DTLR) in December 2001.
Here are a few vacancies available now: Mortgage Support Officer at Head Office. £20,763 On a daily basis as a Mortgage Support Officer at Darlington Building Society, you will be required to ...