TSB announced today that 17 of its branches in Scotland are to close next year.
The bank announced earlier this month it was cutting back its locations to refocus on profits, and will invest in digital capabilities while customers move towards expecting self-service.
As part of the plan, 82 branches will be shut next year.
They have now revealed the Scottish branches due to close. Here they are in full:
- Barrhead (April)
- Glasgow – Govan (May)
- Bishopbriggs (May)
- Milngavie (May)
- Dunbar (May)
- Portobello (May)
- Jedburgh (May)
- Kinross (May)
- Tain (June)
- Uddingston (June)
- Edinburgh – Clerk Street (July)
- Carluke (July)
- Brechin (July)
- Dumbarton (July)
- Clarkston (July)
- Edinburgh – Morningside (September)
- Wishaw (September)
Robin Bulloch, customer banking director at TSB, said: “We have made the difficult decision to close some of our quieter branches and will fully support customers through this transition.
“We realise this is difficult news for our branch partners and will do everything to support those affected to redeploy as many people as we can to other roles and keep compulsory redundancies to a minimum.”