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NatWest and RBS to close 32 branches

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14/02/2022
The banks have confirmed 32 branches in England and Wales will close. Here’s the full list.

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) and NatWest confirmed they’ve taken the difficult decision to close some branches.

RBS is set to close 11 branches, while NatWest has marked 21 branches for closure from May.

A NatWest spokesperson said: “As with many industries, most of our customers are shifting to mobile and online banking, because it’s faster and easier for people to manage their financial lives.

“We understand and recognise that digital solutions aren’t right for everyone or every situation, and that when we close branches we have to make sure that no one is left behind.

“We take our responsibility seriously to support the people who face challenges in moving online, so we are investing to provide them with support and alternatives that work for them.”

See the full list below:

NatWest:

  • Billericay
  • Borehamwood
  • Bulwell & Hucknall
  • Chelsea
  • Gillingham Kent
  • Gosforth
  • Headingley
  • Hull University
  • Leatherhead
  • Leeds Victoria
  • Manchester Spinningfields Square
  • Marlow
  • Nottingham City
  • Piccadilly & New Bond Street
  • Ruislip
  • South Woodford
  • Swanley Kent
  • Tavistock Square
  • Twickenham
  • Windsor & Eton
  • Derby Crompton House

RBS:

  • Bishopsgate
  • Cardiff City
  • Chelmsford
  • Cheltenham
  • Harrow
  • Leeds Park Row
  • Leicester Market Street
  • London Child & Co
  • Nottingham City Office
  • Southampton High Street
  • Wilmslow

 

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