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Safe Deposit Boxes

Our Market Street branch in Manchester is our first to offer Safe Deposit Boxes, providing protection for your valuables and piece of mind for you.

What is a Safe Deposit Box?

A Safe Deposit Box is a secure place where you can store possessions that are impossible to replace. At our Manchester Market Street branch, you can chose from three different Safe Deposit Box sizes, each with a simple, annual fee.

Business customers choose to keep all sorts of things within our Safe Deposit Boxes, but most tend to store business related items such as hard drives, legal documents and archives. Restrictions apply*.

This service is also available to our personal banking customers.

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Safe Deposit Box sizes and prices

Limited number of boxes available. Subject to availability.

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240 x 370 x 49 mm

Suitable for
Contracts, legal documents, computer disks

£200 per year inc. VAT

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240 x 370 x 118 mm

Suitable for
Sets of documents, such as insurance policies and trademark papers

£325 per year inc. VAT

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240 x 370 x 186 mm

Suitable for
Archives such as bank or tax records

£475 per year inc. VAT

When and where can I access my Safe Deposit Box?

Access your valuables at any time during our extended opening hours at 42-46 Market Street, Manchester, M1 1PW. Just come in when it suits you – no appointment needed.

Opening hours:
Monday-Friday 08:00 - 19:00
Saturday 08:00 - 17:00
Sunday 11:00 - 16:00 

Is my business eligible for a Safe Deposit Box?

To qualify for a Safe Deposit Box, you need to be:

  • aged 18 or older
  • a UK resident
  • a Lloyds Bank customer who has held business current account with us for at least one month.

Certain accounts are excluded – please ask in the Market Street, Manchester branch for details.