High street bank TSB has embarked on plans to improve customer accessibility at a branch in the North-East.
A report from The Press & Journal detailed how TSB has set its sights on upgrading its premises on Evan Street, Stonehaven, by lowering the the main entrance and installing an internal ramp.
It went on to explain how the move is part of a scheme to boost access to branches.
The Press and Journal report said how a planning statement submitted alongside the blueprints said the bank will also install a sliding door.
It reads: “TSB are undergoing a programme to ensure all branches are accessible by all and Stonehaven is one of a small number of branches that requires modifications in order to provide access.
“This is part of a drive to ensure all branches are accessible. The proposal is to modify the existing external door and drop the floor level to lose the step into the branch. A new glazed automatic door with push pad controls will be installed.”