Bank of Scotland
The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) has fined Lloyds Bank, Bank of Scotland and The Mortgage Business a total of £64,046,800 for failures in relation to their handling of mortgage customers in payment difficulties or arrears.
Published 12 June 2020
Melrose-based housebuilder Rural Renaissance Limited (RRL) has secured a six-figure funding package from Bank of Scotland to support its working capital, enabling it to continue to pay suppliers and honour its contractual commitments during the coronavirus crisis.
Published 3 June 2020
Stella’s Voice, a Peterhead-based charity that works to safeguard young people across Eastern Europe from traffickers and homelessness, has received funding from Bank of Scotland to help it support locals amid impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Published 29 May 2020
A new phase of retirement homes officially opened last week at the Hugh Fraser Retirement Estate, formerly the Crookfur estate, in Newton Mearns.
Published 24 February 2020
The historic islands of Orkney have been crowned Scotland’s best place to live for the eighth year in a row, according to the Bank of Scotland Quality of Life survey 2020.
Published 3 February 2020
The number of first-time buyers in Scotland rose to 33,558 in 2019, an increase of more than 90% from 17,580 a decade ago, according to the latest research from Bank of Scotland.
Published 27 January 2020
A third (34%) of adults in Scotland say they do not save any money, according to new research conducted by the Bank of Scotland.
Published 16 October 2019
Hawthorn Housing Co-operative has officially opened a development of 48 new homes in Possilpark.
Published 12 August 2019
Mintlaw housebuilder Claymore Homes is building 50 new residential properties in Cairnbulg near Fraserburgh with support from a six-figure funding package from Bank of Scotland.
Published 25 April 2019
The number of first-time buyers in Scotland has grown by more than 50% in a decade, according to research.
Published 4 March 2019
The amount of space house buyers get for their money in different parts of the country has been considered in a new report from the Bank of Scotland.
Published 21 August 2018
Homeowners in Scotland pay a fifth (20%) of their disposable income towards their mortgage each month, according to new Bank of Scotland research, almost half of the proportion paid out in 2007.
Published 19 March 2018
First-time sellers looking to take their second step on the property ladder need to find an extra £114,659, according to Bank of Scotland’s Second Stepper report.
Published 7 March 2018
The gap in costs between buying and renting in Scotland has continued to widen with first-time buyers now saving £31,000 when purchasing their own home, according to new research.
Published 19 February 2018
Dunbritton Housing Association has announced the start of work on a new development that will deliver 150 high-quality affordable homes in Dumbarton town centre.
Published 8 January 2018