Bank customers in Mastrick should be prepared to lose their branch, an Aberdeen MP has said following a “disappointing” meeting with bosses.
Aberdeen North member Kirsty Blackman held talks with Clydesdale, but said they had left her “not particularly hopeful” about its future.
The facility is due to close its doors for the final time on June 11, with customers’ accounts to be moved to the bank’s Queen’s Cross branch.
Ms Blackman said: “I raised concerns for customers who might find it difficult to access services because it will take two buses to get to the other branches.
“The advice I received is they still plan to close the branch. If anybody uses it they should get in touch with the bank and they will support them with access to online and telephone services. I don’t think this is adequate..”
A Clydesdale Bank spokeswoman would not comment on the discussions with Ms Blackman.