The branch on St Nicholas Street wasn't listed among the 56 branches across the country which have been earmarked for closure meaning that, at least for now, it will remain open.
Today (January 29), the high street giant revealed that 31 Lloyds, 10 Halifax and 15 Bank of Scotland branches will shut between April and October 2020.
This is due to "changing customer behaviours," which resulted in fewer transactions being made in brink and mortar branches.
The full list of closures is as follows:
Blaby; Bournemouth West Southbourne; Bristol Downend; Cheadle, Cheshire; Gerrards Cross; Hayle; London Blackheath; Mumbles, Swansea; Nottingham Aspley; Cobham, Surrey; Cowbridge; East Dulwich; Leeds Moortown; Reddish; Holmfirth; Moreton; Upton-by-Chester; Worcester St Johns; Scunthorpe Ashby; Belvedere; Newcastle-upon-Tyne Haymarket; Bristol Hanham; Acomb; Market Rasen; Colwyn Bay; Calne; Dursley; Malmesbury; Wickham Hants; Portchester; Bath Oldfield Park.
Billericay; Boscombe; Knaresborough; Marlow; Locks Heath; Southsea; Stoke Newington; Hull Holderness Rd; Whitton; Reading Lower Earley.
Bank of Scotland
Edinburgh Dalry Road; Edinburgh Greenside; Edinburgh Liberton; Edinburgh Tollcross; Galston; Loanhead; Tullos, Aberdeen; Livingston; Grantown-on-Spey; Turriff; Huntly; Balfron; Kinross; Killin; Auchterarder.