$800,000 bank job
Thursday, 20th September, 2018
Mossop Construction and Interiors have put forward an $800,000 development application to fit out the Commonwealth Bank at the Plaza.
The development application was submitted to Council last month for the “Tenancy Fitout for Commonwealth Bank inside the Shopping Centre”.
The applicant is Mossop Construction & Interiors and they have predicted the endeavour will cost $800,000.
While the timeline of the move from the location in Argent Street to Westside Plaza is still being confirmed, it is believed it will be finished by November or December.
“While we’re unable to confirm when this relocation will occur, customers can rest assured they will be notified in advance to help them adjust to the change,” a spokeswoman said.
According to the Commonwealth Bank spokeswoman, the decision to move was based upon the popularity of the Plaza for their customers.
“We regularly review our branch locations right across Australia. This helps us make informed decisions on where to open new branches, where to renovate and upgrade existing branches and where to close branches that are not being used as much as they once were,” she said.
“We are in the process of relocating our Broken Hill branch as we’ve found many of our customers prefer to complete their personal and business transactions at Westside Plaza.”
One Commonwealth ATM will be left in Argent Street and it is believed the building will go up for sale.
No staff will be impacted by the move.