Former HSBC bank in Sidcup sold

The former HSBC bank on Sidcup High Street has been sold.

Acorn reported the sale last week.

They havn’t announced who will be taken on the unit – or whether redevelopment is an option. I’ll keep on eye on Bexley Council’s planning application page to see what pops up.

A number of banks have shut in the town in a short period with Lloyds announcing closure and Halifax the same earlier this year. Both are part of the same group.

Barclays had recently closed while Nat West closed their branch in the town last month.


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