NatWest International’s transformed Library Place branch has reopened this week, with the bank hoping it will provide a "sustainable local banking hub at the heart of the community".
The branch includes new features such as a market stall for small businesses and charities, and two community event spaces.
Members of the team will be on-hand to offer advice and to help customers set up and use digital banking services at the new branch, with private rooms available for customers who'd like to discuss something in confidence, both digitally or in-person.
The Library Place branch has been decorated with sustainable and recycled materials wherever possible, and local joinery teams made much of the furniture from Jersey Oak.
NatWest International has also removed paper marketing materials to make the branch as sustainable as possible.
Oliver Holbourn, CEO of RBS International, commented: “We know our customers value face-to-face banking. After consulting customers and the community we are delighted to re-open a revitalised Library Place to meet their current and future needs.
"Our purpose is to help people, families and businesses to thrive so it’s exciting to bring the community together and showcase how we can help and what we can do for people and businesses.
"We are looking forward to showing our customers around the branch from the 13 March and to seeing our hub buzzing with life in the centre of town.”
NatWest International on Bath Street has now returned to self-service.
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