Bank of England Base Rate Change
On Thursday 3 February 2022, the Bank of England announced a 0.25% increase in its base rate from 0.25% to 0.50%.
Postal 7-Day-Notice Account - Changes to Terms and Conditions Effective from 1 March 2022Read the full article
On 16th December 2021, the Bank of England announced an increase of 0.15% in the Base Rate.Read the full article
Notice to Savings Members - Changes to our terms and conditions.Read the full article
Progress Building Society Christmas Opening Hours 2021Read the full article
As part of its ongoing commitment to transform access to disability sports across Northern Ireland, Progressive Building Society has announced plans to sponsor a programme of Disability Sports NI activity and events until the end of 2022.Read the full article
The cold days and long nights are beginning to settle in, and with that changing wind comes a hushed excitement for Christmas and the new year. Wintertime can also be a challenging season for many households in terms of finances and increased spending. We all want to save money on our energy bills, both to protect the environment and save a few pennies along the way.Read the full article
Darina Armstrong, CEO of Progressive Building Society, has been named a ‘woman to watch’ in the annual list compiled by Cranfield School of Management.Read the full article
The housing market continues to show strong growth, further building on the momentum of the previous quarter with the highest level of transactional volumes seen since 2007, a quarterly price rise of 2.8%, and a significant rise in the annual price with an increase of 9.2%.Read the full article
Committed to transforming access to disability sports across Northern Ireland, Progressive Building society and Disability Sport NI have announced that in the last 24 months they have developed over 27,000 participant opportunities to improve the health and wellbeing of people with disabilities.Read the full article
Term time has come to an end and school, as they say, is out for summer. The summer holidays are (usually!) free from busy schedules and nightly homework, giving families more time to focus on what matters most: spending quality time together. Having a bit of extra time means that Summer can also be a good opportunity to start a family conversation around the importance of saving.Read the full article
Summer in Northern Ireland may not always bring sunshine, but it does signal the start of longer days and warmer weather. It’s the feel-good season, and with lockdowns easing, there is a real pent-up demand to get out there and enjoy the summer months. These opportunities and trying to entertain the kids, however, carry price tags of their own. Data in the UK* reference shows people tend to spend more in summer than they do in the winter – an extra £154 each month on average. That’s quite the jump, and one that will likely be much more pronounced in 2021 as we emerge from lockdown. But don’t panic: there are ways and means to keep the cost of a great summer firmly under control.Read the full article
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