A FORMER bank site in Conwy town is available to let as an office or retail space, after remaining unoccupied since the bank left six years ago.

The former NatWest site on Castle Street has been empty since the banking giant closed the branch in July 2017, which left the town without a bank altogether.

At the time, NatWest explained the bank’s closure was due to a rise in online banking which had seen branch visit numbers drop.

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The Grade II listed building is available to rent for £24,000 per year with estate agent St David’s Commercial, with potential use as an office or retail space.

The site is made up of a 1,834 square ft ground floor, made up of toilets, two walk-in safes, two kitchens, a storage room and three to four offices.

The lower ground floor measures up to 277 square ft.

A St David’s Commercial spokesperson said: “Grade II listed building, previously occupied by a High Street bank, now available to let as an office (A2) or retail shop (A1).”