Wednesday, July 21, 2021

AIB has announced that it will be amalgamating 15 of its branches this autumn following the completion of a strategic review of its network. The bank said the majority of the amalgamations are in “urban and suburban locations”, mostly in Dublin and Cork and that the average distance to a receiving branch is 2.2km.

Waterford people will be relieved to hear that none of the branches in the city and county will be affected. The changes will begin in September and here is a full list of the branches affected:

Branch                                          Being amalgamated with:

College Road, Cork 24-Sep-2021 Western Road
Donnybrook, Dublin 24-Sep-2021 Ranelagh
Blackrock Road, Cork 24-Sep-2021 66 South Mall
Sutton, Dublin 01-Oct-2021 Raheny
Little Island, Cork 08-Oct-2021 Midleton
Sandyford, Dublin 15-Oct-2021 Stillorgan
North Main Street, Cork 22-Oct-2021 66 South Mall
Skerries, Dublin 29-Oct-2021 Balbriggan
Ennis Road, Limerick 05-Nov-2021 106 O’Connell Street
Douglas Court, Cork 12-Nov-2021 Douglas Road
Golden Island 19-Nov-2021 Athlone
Ballyphehane, Cork 26-Nov-2021 66 South Mall
Dalkey, Dublin 03-Dec-2021 Dun Laoghaire
37/38 O’Connell Street, Dublin 03-Dec-2021 Capel Street
Newcastle Road, Galway 10-Dec-2021 Lynch’s Castle

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