Medowie residents now have even easier access to the Home Lender of the Year (Smart Investor Blue Ribbon Awards 2014) with Newcastle Permanent opening a brand new branch in the Peppertree Centre on Thursday, 25 September 2014.
Newcastle Permanent Building Society CEO Terry Millett said 2014 had been a year of expansion for Newcastle Permanent, opening three branches in the Central West plus the new Medowie branch.
“Newcastle Permanent already has more branches and ATMs in Newcastle and the Hunter than any of our competitors, and we continue to invest in improving access for our members,” Terry said.
“Medowie is recognised as a growing suburb in the region and our new branch will be the 59th in NSW and is the fourth new branch we have opened this year.
“As part of an extensive branch refurbishment program, the new Medowie branch will be a reflection of our ‘new look’ branches providing modern, convenient and comfortable facilitiesfor our members and staff.”
“Opening a Newcastle Permanent branch in the Peppertree Centre offers convenience and practicality for new and existing members and Medowie businesses. As the only retail banking institution in Medowie our investment in this branch further demonstrates our ongoing commitment to local communities.”
The Medowie Newcastle Permanent branch is located at 5 Peppertree Road and will provide a broad range of high quality and value for money financial services including mobile home lending, financial planning, business banking, insurance and day-to-day banking.
Image | Newcastle Permanent CEO Terry Millett, Medowie Branch Manager Mandie Newell and Port Stephens Councillor Chris Doohan
As a complete retail financial services provider, Newcastle Permanent provides a genuine alternative to traditional banks for a range of financial services including the day to day needs of business banking members.
Besides an extensive network of branches and ATMs, Newcastle Permanent also offers comprehensive electronic banking services that allow their members to conveniently and efficiently conduct their financial business.