Branch Changes - Ways To Bank | Ulster Bank

Changes to our branch network

As announced on 23rd March 2017 we are closing a number of branches and the accounts and services of these branches will relocate to alternative locations as outlined below. This change will not affect how your account(s) operates and we will automatically and securely transfer your account(s) to your new branch. 

Closing Branch

Closing Date

Branch your account move to

Sandyford

9 June 2017

Dundrum (find this branch)

Donnybrook

9 June 2017

Baggot Street (find this branch)

Dalkey

9 June 2017

Dun Laoghaire (find this branch)

Rathmines

9 June 2017

Ranelagh (find this branch)

Dorset Street

9 June 2017

Phibsborough (find this branch)

Edenderry

16 June 2017

Tullamore (find this branch)

Blackpool

16 June 2017

Patrick Street (find this branch)

Fermoy

16 June 2017

Mallow (find this branch)

Raphoe

16 June 2017

Letterkenny (find this branch)

Newcastle

16 June 2017

Galway (find this branch)

Briarhill

16 June 2017

Galway (find this branch)

Ballymote

8 September 2017

Sligo (find this branch)

Ballyhaunis

8 September 2017

Castlebar (find this branch)

Ardara

8 September 2017

Donegal (find this branch)

Carrickmacross

8 September 2017

Monaghan (find this branch)

Cootehill

8 September 2017

Cavan (find this branch)

Edgeworthstown

8 September 2017

Longford (find this branch)

Ballincollig

15 September 2017

Patrick Street (find this branch)

Carrigaline

15 September 2017

Douglas (find this branch)

Castletroy

15 September 2017

Limerick (find this branch)

Newcastlewest

15 September 2017

Limerick (find this branch)

Arva

15 September 2017

Cavan (find this branch)

 

We are also making changes to a number of locations by removing the following services:

  • Cash Deposits
  • Cash Withdrawal
  • Cheque Deposit
  • Bill Payments
  • Drafts
  • Foreign Exchange
  • Night Safe
  • Fast Cash
  • Fast Lodgements

Below is the list of locations which will be changing the services they offer and the nearest branch location with these services:

Affected Branch

Effective Date

Nearest Branch

Swords Pavillion

9 June 2017

Swords (find this branch)

Liffey Valley

9 June 2017

Clondalkin (find this branch)

Raheny

16 June 2017

Coolock (find this branch)

Winthrop Street

16 June 2017

Patrick Street (find this branch)

 

More ways to bank with us

Please remember, if your branch is affected by these changes or is closing, you can still manage your personal and business account(s) through any Ulster Bank cash branch, regardless of where your account(s) are held. You also have a choice of many ways of banking with us such as:

If you have any questions on any of these services, our staff will be happy to help you.

For more information on how this may affect you, please refer to our Q&As below on branch closures and relocations. Alternatively, you can speak to our staff in any Ulster Bank branch.

When will the branches close?

Some will close in June, while others will close in September. 

If my account is in one of these branches, what will happen? 

You will receive a letter advising you that your branch is closing and that your account is transferring to an alternative branch. You can continue to avail of branch banking services at any Ulster Bank cash branch in addition to the many other channels by which you can bank with us (internet, telephone and mobile apps.)

Will my account numbers / sort codes change?

No, your account numbers and sort codes will not change; however you will see your new branch name start to appear on correspondence and chequebooks. You do not need to update any payees, DD originators etc. Once the account is transferred, you should quote the new branch address when setting up any new payments.

When will I be told of these changes?

You will be advised through in-branch posters from 30th March 2017 and we will be writing to all affected customers with more details. There will also be adverts in the local press.

Will you be closing more branches?

While we keep our points of presence under constant review in response to customer behaviour, we currently have no further plans to reduce our branch numbers in 2017.

The branch my accounts are being transferred to is not convenient for me and I would like my accounts to be transferred to a different branch?

You can continue to use the full range of services and carry out all your banking at any Ulster Bank cash branch, regardless of which branch your account is held at. This means you can use whichever cash branch is most convenient to you and it does not make any difference which branch your account is held in.  

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