Another high street bank has closed a branch in Birmingham city centre.
Lloyds has shut its branch in Colmore Row as a result of fewer customers using the facility.
Customers accounts have now been realigned to the New Street branch.
A statement from the company said: "We made this difficult decision due to the changing ways customers choose to bank with us which has resulted in customers using it less often.
"We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and have informed customers of the closest alternative branch which is in Temple Row."
Lloyds has been carrying out a long-running review of its branch network and it closed its outlet in Kings Norton earlier this year.
It announced in April that it planned to close 100 branches nationally during 2017 with the loss of 212 jobs.
It still runs a branch in New Street alongside others in the wider city including in Harborne, Edgbaston and Nortfield.
Lloyds said 88 per cent of its personal customers already used other branches than the one in Colmore Row where counter transactions have decreased by 32 per cent over the past year.
Lloyds joins a long list of banks which have downsized their presence in the city centre including Halifax in New Street, Santander in Bullring and TSB in both Temple Street and Dale End.