Clydesdale Bank has unveiled its newly upgraded branch in Broughty Ferry as part of a £45 million investment programme.
The improvements to the branch, which is based at 89 Gray Street, are part of a move by the bank to upgrade facilities to meet changing customer needs.
The programme includes a UK-wide programme of branch relocations and refits, plus improved and new mobile and internet banking services.
The branch has undergone a complete redesign and now houses an open plan banking hall, a new reception pod, two counter positions, an open consultation position and a private interview room.
Tricia Davies, branch manager, said: “We are delighted with our newly formatted branch, which underlines our commitment to Broughty Ferry.
“We will continue providing the great personal service our customers expect while offering an enjoyable place to do banking.”
Steve Fletcher, director, Retail Banking, said: “While customers’ needs are changing and we are delivering new services to meet them, branches continue to be a really important part of how we serve our customers.
“This is a fantastic new format branch in Broughty Ferry and we’re looking forward to continuing to serve the local community from our modern new home.”
Our photograph shows bank customer John James BEM (Mr James received his British Empire Medal from the Queen for his 60 years’ service to the Boys’ Brigade and for his charity work for cystic fibrosis) cutting the ribbon with Tricia Davies, regional manager Walker McPherson and branch staff.
The Broughty Ferry branch is open from 9.15am to 4.30pm Monday to Friday.