Carluke Banking Hub will be located in heart of the community

Published on 5 September 2023

The new Banking Hub in Carluke will be located at 3 Kirkton street (former Bank of Scotland premise).

The Hub, when it opens, will offer a counter service operated by the Post Office, where customers of all major banks and building societies can carry out regular cash transactions, It will also offer a Community Banker service where customers can talk to their own banking provider about more complicated issues, Monday to Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm. Community Bankers will work on rotation, with a different bank or building society available on each day of the week:

Monday: Royal Bank of Scotland

Tuesday: Bank of Scotland

Wednesday: Nationwide (am), Santander (pm)

Thursday: TSB

Friday: Virgin Money

Finding the right location for a Banking Hub that is convenient, accessible and works for everyone often takes time, so Cash Access UK is delighted to have been able to secure a convenient premise within the heart of the community. This development is a significant step forward in bringing a Banking Hub to Carluke.

The team at Cash Access UK are now working hard to fit out the new premises and will update the community on progress and an opening date as soon as they can. The Carluke Banking Hub page on the Cash Access UK website will provide updates as works progress.

Gareth Oakley, CEO at Cash Access UK: “Having access to cash services is vital for millions of people in the UK, therefore we are delighted to share that we have successfully acquired an excellent site for the Carluke Banking Hub. We look forward to supporting local people and businesses with cash services.”

Angela Crawley, MP for Lanark and Hamilton East: “The upcoming Banking Hub will I’m sure make a significant difference in the Carluke community when it opens. With its provision of cash and face-to-face banking services, this hub will be an indispensable resource for many.”

Màiri McAllan, MSP for Clydesdale: “Access to cash and banking services still matters hugely to residents and businesses in Carluke and I’m pleased we’re a step closer to bringing these services back to local residents.”