Two cashpoints being cut to one outside a Salisbury bank

TWO cash machines are set to become one at a landmark Salisbury bank.

Harcroft Consulting, on behalf of Barclays Bank PLC, has submitted a planning application to Wiltshire Council to cut the number of external ATMs at the High Street branch.

The application is a request for listed building consent to remove both current machines, and replace them with a single, new cashpoint.

“One of the existing external ATMs is to be removed and the aperture is to be infilled (stonemason required),” it said.

The two cashpoints set to be removed

“The other external ATM is to be replaced and the aperture is to be altered to accommodate the new ATM.”

Located to the right-hand side of the building, access to the branch will not be affected by the proposed works.

“Nor will they affect the public space,” the application added.

For more details, and to comment on the plan, log on to and search for application reference PL/2023/07245.


  1. Brian Collins Reply

    ne runs out of money no stand by. one breaks down, no stand by, thanks Barclays no standard opening hours, 50 +years with you looking like a move.

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