Change my details

Life can be pretty busy and we know that things change over time. That’s why we’ve made it easy for you to update your details. The sections below cover some of the most common changes you might want to make.

Change my personal details


Change my name

If your marital status has changed or you’ve changed your name by deed poll, we’ll need to update your details. Along with the completed form, please make sure you also include certified copies of all the documentation we need. For example, a photocopy of your marriage certificate, certified to be a true copy.

Download the form
Request online

Change my correspondence address

If your correspondence address has changed, you should let us know as soon as possible. Otherwise there’s a chance you might miss important information we send about your mortgage account(s).

You’ll also need to let us know if your correspondence address has changed because you’re letting out your residential property. To find out more, just take a look at our dedicated section on letting your residential property.

Download the form
Request online

Change my telephone number or email address

If you’ve changed your contact details please let us know. This is so we can get in touch if we need to speak to you about your mortgage account(s).

Download the form
Request online

Please send your completed forms to:

Mortgage Customer Services Department
Bank of Ireland
PO Box 3191
1 Temple Quay
Bristol
BS1 9HY

For your personal security, we recommend that you use recorded delivery if possible.

Need to speak to us?

0345 300 8000*


YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Change my payment details


Change my bank account details

To change the bank account we collect your monthly mortgage payment from, you’ll need to set up a new Direct Debit using one of the forms below:

Change my payment date

If it makes life easier for you, we’ll happily look at changing the date we collect your monthly mortgage payment by Direct Debit. Please just give us a call on 0345 300 8000*.

Please send your completed forms to:

Mortgage Customer Services Department
Bank of Ireland
PO Box 3191
1 Temple Quay
Bristol
BS1 9HY

For your personal security, we recommend that you use recorded delivery if possible.

Need to speak to us?

0345 300 8000*


YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Add or remove a name from my mortgage

If your circumstances change, you might want to add or remove a borrower from your mortgage. We call this a Change of Parties (CoP).

Adding someone to the mortgage is treated as a new application. And before removing someone, we’ll need to check the person remaining on the mortgage can still afford to pay it.

Once you’ve applied for a CoP, you’ll also need to appoint your own solicitor. This is partly because adding or removing a name means that the actual title of the property will need to be changed to match the names on the mortgage. Also, an administration fee will apply. Please see our Tariff of Mortgage Charges for further details.

If you’re interested in a CoP, or would like to talk more about what’s involved, just give us a call on 0345 300 8000*.

YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE
Set up a Direct Debit


Life can be busy enough without having to set time aside each month to make your mortgage payment. That’s why you might find setting up a Direct Debit the perfect solution.

  • Save time – you won’t need to call or go online every month to make your payment
  • Hassle free – payments are automatically taken from your account on an agreed date
  • You’re protected – thanks to the Direct Debit guarantee

To set up a Direct Debit, simply download and return one of the forms below:

Please send your completed forms to:

Mortgage Customer Services Department
Bank of Ireland
PO Box 3191
1 Temple Quay
Bristol
BS1 9HY

For your personal security, we recommend that you use recorded delivery if possible.

Need to speak to us?

0345 300 8000*



YOUR HOME MAY BE REPOSSESSED IF YOU DO NOT KEEP UP REPAYMENTS ON YOUR MORTGAGE