Contact Us

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Please visit 'Our People' under the About Us tab for personal contact details of each member of the team

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Sue Foster Office Manager 01494 451441   sfosterchilternconsultancyltd.com  
Contact Us
Tel. 01494 451441
Fax. 01494 483998
Principal Address
Chiltern House
Unit 5, Stokenchurch Business Park
Ibstone Road
Stokenchurch
Bucks
HP14 3FE
Registered Office
Chiltern Consultancy
Chiltern House
Unit 5, Stokenchurch Business Park
Ibstone Road
Stokenchurch
Bucks HP14 3FE
Chiltern Consultancy is a Limited Company registered in England & Wales no. 04580636. Chiltern Consultancy is registered for VAT no. 994 7404 73.
Chiltern Consultancy is able to advise in the following areas.
  • Mortgage Advice
  • Life Insurance/Protection
  • Investment Advice
  • Pensions and Retirement Planning
  • Equity Release
  • Health & Long Term Care
  • Corporate Financial Advice
  • Estate Planning

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