Shoreham banking hub plans submitted
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Plans for new Banking Hub signage in Shoreham have been submitted.
The plans are for illuminated and non-illuminated ‘Banking Hub’ and ‘Post Office’ signs at 63-65 High Street, with a directory of the banks serviced there and some repairs to heritage signage.
The premises, on the south side of Shoreham High Street, was previously home a kitchen showroom and, before that, an off-licence.
The new hub was announced in July along with 67 others across the UK, in an attempt to counter the loss of in-person banking services and access to cash.
Shoreham’s hub will combine multiple bank branches into one run by the Post Office. Cash Access UK, the organisation set up to protect nationwide access to cash and which is responsible for the delivery of Banking Hubs, has since confirmed representatives from HSBC will be at the hub on Mondays, NatWest on Tuesdays, Barclays on Wednesdays, Lloyds on Thursdays, Nationwide on Friday mornings and Santander on Friday afternoons.
There will be meeting rooms and over-the-counter services normally run by bank branches will be available.