Santander is expected to close other branches this month in the UK, including four in Scotland.
The bank cited changes in customer behavior since the start of the pandemic for its decision, but said it would retain a network of 452 branches.
The move came amid concerns about social distancing and close contact with others as more customers switch to online and mobile banking.
Its branch office transactions fell 33% in the two years leading up to the pandemic and fell another 50% last year.
The sites are expected to close by the end of August this year, but the bank has insisted the majority of those affected are within three miles of another branch in Santander and at least half a mile away. two free ATMs.
He added that all current and business account holders will instead be able to conduct banking transactions at one of the Post’s 11,000 branches.
In total, around 75 branches across the UK will be affected as the banking giant implements a closure program which was first announced in March.
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The closure program began on June 24, with one in Glasgow and four in London among those that closed on day one.
Santander is also consolidating its office sites into six main sites, with Milton Keynes to become its new headquarters.
It will be joined by hubs in Belfast, Bradford, Glasgow, London and Sheffield, with offices in Bootle, Newcastle, London Portman House and Manchester Deansgate which will close by Christmas.
Approximately 5,000 employees based at closing or consolidating sites will be offered flexible working, combining working from home with access to local office hubs.
A statement said staff will contact potentially vulnerable customers by phone to provide one-on-one assistance over the next five months.
Adam Bishop, from Santander, said: “The use of branches by customers has decreased significantly over the past few years, so we have made the difficult decision to consolidate our presence in areas where we have several branches relatively close to each other. others.
It comes as Marks & Spencer is closing four bank branches in Scotland and ending all of its checking account offering this summer.
According to ‘Which?’ 3,836 branches of various banks have closed in the UK since January 2015, at a rate of around 55 per month. This includes 20 major lenders, NatWest, Royal Bank of Scotland and Ulster Bank alone closing 1,086 outlets.
A dedicated phone number is available to provide customers with help and information on closures on 0800 085 0879.
The full list of branch closures across the UK:
- Ashford Church Road
- Balham High Road
- Banstead Street
- Bethnal Green
- Bingley Main Street
- Birmingham Erdington
- Brighouse Commercial Street
- London Street Brighton
- Bristol Bedminster
- Castleford Street Charlton
- Chelsea Kings Path
- Chingford Old Church Street
- Clifton White Ladies’ Route
- Edinburgh, Dalkeith – July 22
- Dudley Merryhill
- Edinburgh, Morningside Road – July 29
- Enfield Hertford Road
- Finchley High Road
- Glasgow Kilmarnock Road – July 8
- Glasgow, Sauchiehall St – closed
- Hanover Square
- Harborne high street
- Harold Hill
- Hayes Station Path
- Hayward heath
- Hempstead Valley
- High Holdborn
- Bath Hounslow Road
- Leather head
- Leeds Crossgate
- Leicester Horsefair Street
- Leicester Narborough Road
- Leyton Stone
- london bridge
- Long Eaton
- Lytham Clifton Street
- Mill Hill
- New Malden
- Oxford Headington
- Company wood
- Shepherd’s bush
- South harrow
- Southampton Bitterne Road
- Southhampton Shirley
- south gate
- High Edmonton
- Wembley Preson Road
- West Wickham
- West Worthing