Bath Building Society

We’re different because you are.

Bath Property Letting

We will let your property and we won't let you down

With over 20 years' worth of experience in property letting in Bath, we know how important it is to provide a service that is both professional and personal. It's not just about the buildings, it's about building long term relationships.

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Bath Property Letting Ltd. Registered Office: 15 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN. Registration Number 2285172. Incorporated in the United Kingdom. Subsidiary of Bath Investment & Building Society.
Bath & City Financial Independent Financial Advice

Independent financial advice

Straightforward help in a complicated world

Mortgages | Investments | Protection for your home and for your family | Planning for your retirement | Inheritance tax planning

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Bath & City Financial Ltd is an appointed representative of City Financial Planning Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Bath & City Financial Limited is registered in England no.6362990. Registered office: 15 Queen Square, Bath, BA1 2HN
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About Bath Building Society

As one of the smaller Building Societies offering mortgages, savings and investments we are passionate about giving our Members and Customers something special, something they find difficult to get elsewhere.

Because of our size, we don’t do things like the larger financial institutions:

  • We don’t have call centres
  • You have access to the decision makers
  • We can offer much more flexibility to ensure we can meet individual customers' needs
  • We still offer personal service in a world that is becoming more impersonal.

That’s why “We’re different because you are”.

Latest news

Bath Building Society launches the Annual Fireworks Safety Poster Competition

Bath Building Society and The Rotary Club Bath have this week launched the annual Fireworks Safety Poster competition at Moorlands Schools Federation in Bath. 
Some of the Judges of the competition went to the school to see how the children were getting on with their posters.

Alan Keeling and Trevor Dawson from The Rotary Club and Tiffany Hardie-Evans from Bath Building Society were on hand to help the students with their posters.

Tiffany Hardie-Evans, spokesperson for Bath Building Society said:

“It was great to see all the children getting involved; their enthusiasm and stories of fireworks were brilliant!  Our involvement with the Fireworks reaches 39 years this year and in those years we must have reached thousands of local children (who now have children of their own!) with…

Latest blogs

Toll Road: dangerous precedent or triumph of common sense?

Doesn’t it just inspire you when somebody takes some initiative?

One of the latest people to inspire me is Mike Watts who has stepped in and taken the initiative to create a temporary toll road to solve the problem created by …