Ulster bank works in Nenagh
Ulster Bank Ltd has applied to Tipperary Co Council for planning permission for works at its Nenagh premises, which closed recently.
The application seeks external works for the removal of the ATM to be infilled with stone to match the existing at the Kickham St premises. Permission is also sought for removal of the nightsafe front plate, replacing with blank steel plate, as well as removal of the Ulster Bank raised lettering shop signs, and the removal of the Ulster Bank general blue signage and bus stop sign.
Internal works include the removal of the ATMs in stud walls, as well as the removal of loose furniture and the removal of Ulster Bank signage and merchandise on all floors.
The council is to decide on the application by June 28 next.