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The London bank branches set to close for good

The London bank branches set to close for good

Lloyds and Halifax said that they would shut 40 sites across the UK between April and June
Twelve London high street banks are set to close this year.

Lloyds and Halifax have announced 40 bank branch closures across the UK in between April and June.

These include branches in Crouch End, Purley, Norbury, Marylebone, Harrow and Golders Green.

Lloyds Banking Group, which owns both high street banks, said the branches to be closed have seen the number of visits drop by about 60% on average in the last five years.

A spokesman said: “Branches play an important part in our strategy but we need to have them in the right places, where they are well-used.

“We’ll continue to invest in branches that are being used regularly, alongside our online, mobile app and telephone services.”

Below is the full list of Halifax and Lloyds branches set to close in the coming months.

Lloyds

Norbury – London Road – April 19

Pontefract – Ropergate – April 20

Beckenham – High Street – April 20

Gillingham – High Street – April 25

Chingford – Station Road – April 25

Dagenham – The Heathway – April 26,

London – Marylebone High Street – May 3

Ipswich – Bramford Road – May 4

Weybridge – Church Street – May 10

Twickenham – Heath Road – May 11

Whitstable – High Street – May 11

Beeston – The Square – May 11

Wickersley – Bawtry Road – May 15

Borehamwood – Shenley Road – May 22

Littlehampton – Beach Road – May – The Street – June 5

Aintree – Longmoor Lane – June 6

Shaftesbury – High Street – June 13

Newport – High Street – June 13

Ripley – Oxford Street – June 14

Hyde – Clarendon Place – June 21

Harrow – Northolt Road – June 29

Halifax

Bangor – High Street – April 17

Chester Le Street – Front Street – April 19

London – Fenchurch Street – April 19

Aldershot – Union Street – April 26

Crouch End – Broadway Parade – April 27

Chorlton-cum-Hardy – Barlow Moor Road – April 27

Golders Green – North End Road – May 3

Putney – Putney High Street – May 4

Norbury – London Road – May 4

Surbiton – Victoria Road – May 10

Chingford – Chingford Mount Road – May 15

Redruth – Fore Street – May 16

Bletchley – Queensway – May 18

Maldon – High Street – June 5

St Neots – High Street – June 6

Whitley Bay – Park View – June 21

Purley – Purley Parade, High Street – June 22

Grays – High Street – June 22
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