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Save with us and you're helping to support sustainable development across the UK

We are accepting applications for our Regular Savings account, however please note we are not currently accepting applications for our other savings accounts. All existing accounts continue to operate as normal.

Our accounts are simple and transparent – giving you the benefit of knowing where your money goes. We use your savings to make a positive environmental impact and give you a fair financial return.

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Mortgages

If you're planning an eco renovation, refurb or eco new build, talk to us

No matter if your project is straightforward or unusual, innovative or one that other lenders have rejected – if we can see an environmental benefit, we'll be interested in talking to you.

And if you need a mortgage for a property or project that will benefit local communities, you'll find we're keen to help.

If you are improving the energy efficiency of your property please see our discounts.

C-Change discounts

 

Ecology Building Society was rated as an ethical Best Buy for our mortgages and savings accounts by Ethical Consumer magazine in its product guide rankings (in issue Jul / Aug 2016).
Ecology Building Society was rated as an ethical Best Buy for our mortgages and savings accounts by Ethical Consumer magazine in its product guide rankings (July/August 2016 issue).

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UntitledYour eligible deposits with Ecology Building Society are protected up to a total of £85,000 by the Financial Services Compensation Scheme, the UK's deposit guarantee scheme. Any deposits you hold above the limit are unlikely to be covered. Please click here for further information or visit www.fscs.org.uk | FSCS Information Sheet


Top tips from borrowers who have done a unique property renovation

POSTED ON 27 February 2018
Ecology’s Marketing Manager, Kauser Dad, has been speaking with some of the Society’s borrowers about the challenges they have faced on their renovation projects – from planning and agreeing the alterations to finding a reputable contractor and securing finance. From these conversations it became obvious that planning an extensive retrofit ... Read more

Retrofitting and renovating for the future

POSTED ON 9 February 2018
In a guest blog, Aneaka Kellay, from Carbon Co-op, discusses how their work is helping to shift Government policy on energy-efficient renovations and provides tips for homeowners considering improving the energy performance of their home.  It has become clear that home energy efficiency improvements have a significant part to play in our future ... Read more

Ecology supports a new toolkit for community-led housing

POSTED ON 15 May 2018
As part of our commitment to supporting community-led housing, Ecology has helped fund the production and launch of a free online toolkit which is helping local authorities and housing associations promote, support and develop solutions that support people powered housing solutions. The initiative has been led by HACT (Housing Action Charitable ... Read more