Banking with Ulster Bank

Branch closures

Important information about our branches

We've recently announced that we're closing some branches. There are many ways you can continue to bank with us.

The way people bank with us has changed dramatically in recent years, with an increased demand for mobile and online services as customers benefit from a faster and easier way to bank.

Closing a branch is a decision we take very seriously. We know it can affect people who are less confident with the alternatives we offer, and we'll always work hard to guide you through the changes and find the best way to serve you from now on. 

Learn more about which branches are closing

Community Pop-ups

Our Community Pop-up sites are available in selected locations for up to twelve weeks after changes to our branch network.

Our friendly advisors are on hand to support you, connecting you to nearby local and digital services.

Other ways to bank with us

Ulster Bank App

Bank wherever, whenever

Using the Ulster Bank App is easy, quick and secure. Manage your day to day banking and stay in control of your money by seeing where you're spending it. Criteria applies.

Anytime Banking

Bank from the comfort of your home

Make payments, go paperless, view and download statements and more from the comfort of your home. Limits apply.

Video Banking

Talk to us face to face wherever you are

Instead of coming into a branch, you can use your phone, tablet or computer to have a video chat with one of our bankers.

Cash Access UK Cash Deposit Machines

You can use new Cash Access UK Cash Deposit Machines (CDMs) to easily deposit and withdraw your cash notes. 

At Ulster Bank we are looking to improve customer cash access by taking part in a pilot exercise run by Cash Access UK who are introducing 17 new Cash Deposit Machines across the UK. 

The machines will be available for use by NatWest, Ulster Bank and Royal Bank of Scotland customers from March 2024 for a period of 6-12 months.

Further questions about our branch closures?