[Talk-GB] NatWest / RBS Branch closures
sk53.osm at gmail.com
Fri Dec 1 13:33:34 UTC 2017
I created a dynamic umap
(following RobJN's instructions) for this, based on an idea of Ed
Loach.Plenty left in London (including on Oxford St) & in the West Midlands.
And yes this is a generic issue, which is why the latest round of banking
closures is as good a reason as any to raise it again.
On 1 December 2017 at 13:18, Paul Berry <pmberry2007 at gmail.com> wrote:
> There are still "Lloyds TSB" branches to mop up too over 4 years since
> their demerger (over 600 matches based on March 2017 GB OSM extract), Are
> we able to list all of these points of interest conveniently in a tool?
> Overpass Turbo query: http://overpass-turbo.eu/s/tsq
> On 1 December 2017 at 12:08, Colin Spiller <colin at thespillers.org.uk>
>> Lloyds Banking Group will close some bank branches (listed at
>> https://www.lloydsbank.com/contact-us/branch-closures.asp ) and
>> Yorkshire Building Society will close more (listed at
>> http://www.ybs.co.uk/changes/index.html ).
>> It's a fairly general problem. Recording the list & annotating the OSM
>> features sounds a good idea.
>> On 01/12/17 11:35, SK53 wrote:
>> RBS are planning another massive round of branch closures (a full list
>> I was wondering what the best approach might be to track these:
>> - Notes on all relevant branches. We've done this in the past for
>> smaller chains (Netto, American Apparel) and the notes do get closed
>> eventually when someone re-surveys an area. Easier to spot now through
>> phone apps like Vespucci & OSMAnd
>> - Fixmes on the branches. As above, but a little less visible
>> - A wiki page listing branches & their equivalent OSM Id
>> - A umap instance
>> Any thoughts?
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