Bank of Ireland's Belmullet branch has been included in the Bank's plans of to invest €11.5 million into branches nationwide.

The planned network investments include refurbishments and enhancements to the branch network, upgrading of branch services including ATMs in a number of locations, and ongoing maintenance works.

Additional works as part of the €11.5m investment will also include the installation of new external and internal ATMs in a range of branches, and the improvement of facilities for colleagues in over a dozen branches.

As part of this investment, Bank of Ireland also plans to install energy efficient LED lighting in each of its 169 branches in 2023, including all 7 of its Mayo branches. This will achieve over 50% in energy savings from a reduction in lighting energy consumption, as the organisation looks to become more energy efficient and reduce its total energy consumption.

Other branches set to be refurbished this year included Roscommon Town, Oranmore and Mountbellew.


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