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Ulster Bank Branches

Our branch-locator tool provides information on location, opening hours, sort codes and driving directions for all of our branches

Alternatively, you can click on a branch/region below to launch the branch locator and view details for that branch/region below.

Branch Postcode Region
Antrim BT41 4AT Antrim
Ballycastle BT54 6AD Antrim
Ballyclare BT39 9AA Antrim
Ballymena BT43 6AD Antrim
Ballymoney BT53 6HS Antrim
Andersonstown BT11 9BY Antrim
Antrim Road, Belfast BT15 3BG Antrim
Belfast City Office, Belfast BT1 5UB Antrim
Boucher Road, Belfast BT12 6HR Antrim
Connswater Branch, Belfast BT5 4AF Antrim
Crumlin Road, Belfast BT14 7AA Antrim
King’s Road, Belfast BT5 7EA Antrim
Newtownbreda, Belfast BT8 4HG Antrim
Ormeau Road, Belfast BT7 3GP Antrim
Shankill Road, Belfast BT13 1FH Antrim
University Road, Belfast BT7 1NG Antrim
Woodstock Road, Belfast BT6 8PU Antrim
York Street, Belfast BT15 1HY Antrim
Carrickfergus BT38 7AN Antrim
Crumlin BT29 4UR Antrim
Donaghadee BT21 OAG Antrim
Dundonald BT16 1RQ Antrim
Dunmurry BT17 9AH Antrim
Glengormley BT36 7QU Antrim
Larne BT40 1SZ Antrim
Lisburn BT28 1BN Antrim
Monkstown BT37 0LF Antrim
Portrush BT56 8DX Antrim
Randalstown BT41 3AB Antrim
Armagh BT61 7BL Armagh
Lurgan BT66 6AP Armagh
Moira BT67 0LQ Armagh
Newtownhamilton BT35 0AA Armagh
Portadown BT62 1HU Armagh
Tandragee BT62 2BP Armagh
Ballynahinch BT24 8AP Down
Banbridge BT32 3JT Down
Bangor BT20 5AL Down
Springhill, Bangor BT19 1ND Down
Castlewellan BT31 9DD Down
Comber BT23 5DT Down
Downpatrick BT30 6BU Down
Dromore BT25 1AA Down
Holywood BT18 9BU Down
Killyleagh BT30 9QF Down
Kircubbin BT22 2SP Down
Newcastle BT233 0AE Down
Newry BT34 1BT Down
Newtownards BT23 3DP Down
Rathfriland BT34 5PT Down
Warrenpoint BT34 3LF Down
Enniskillen BT74 7ER Fermanagh
Irvinestown BT94 1GJ Fermanagh
Lisnaskea BT92 0JF Fermanagh
Coleraine BT52 1DP Londonderry
Draperstown BT45 7AB Londonderry
Dungiven BT47 4LE Londonderry
Garvagh BT51 5AD Londonderry
Limavady BT49 9DB Londonderry
Culmore Road BT48 8JB Londonderry
Millennium Forum BT48 6EB Londonderry
Waterside BT47 1AS Londonderry
Maghera BT46 5AA Londonderry
Magherafelt BT45 6JR Londonderry
Portstewart BT55 7AE Londonderry
Aughnacloy BT69 6AL Tyrone
Castlederg BT81 7AU Tyrone
Clogher BT76 0AA Tyrone
Cookstown BT80 8ND Tyrone
Dungannon BT70 1JJ Tyrone
Gortin BT79 8PH Tyrone
Omagh BT78 1BJ Tyrone
Stewartstown BT71 5HX Tyrone
Strabane BT82 8AL Tyrone

Ulster Bank will be closing a number of branches in February 2015. We are writing directly to customers of the closing branches from 24 November 2014 to provide full details of the changes

The table below shows the branches which will be closing and branches to which accounts will move.

* Please remember, if your branch is closing you can still manage your personal and business account(s) through any Ulster Bank branch, regardless of where your account is held.

Closing Branch Branch your account will move to
Aughnacloy Clogher
Crumlin Road Belfast City Office
Donaghadee Bangor
Dundonald King's Road
Gortin Omagh
Newcastle Castlewellan
Newtownhamilton Newry
Portstewart Portrush
Randalstown Antrim
Tandragee Portadown

There are also a number of other ways you can still manage your account directly, anytime and anywhere. These include:

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 FAQs on branch closures and relocations. Alternatively, you can speak to our staff in any Ulster Bank branch.

When will I be told of these changes?

We are writing directly to all customers of the closing branches from 24 November 2014. Posters advising of the closures will also be in place in the closing branches from 25 November 2014.

When will the branch close?

The branches will close in February 2015.

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 your nearest branch. You can continue to avail of branch banking services at any Ulster Bank branch in addition to the many other channels by which you can bank with us (internet, telephone and mobile apps).

What do I need to do?

You do not need to take any action. If you use safe-keeping or night-safe facilities in any of the impacted branches we will contact you so that arrangements can be made to transfer this service to the branch that your account is being transferred to.

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 cheque books. 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

Will you be closing more branches?

We continue to review our operating model to reflect the changing ways in which our customers prefer to bank with us.

The branch my accounts are being transferred to is not convenient, can I change to a different branch?

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