Plans have been submitted for alterations to the former Barclays Bank in Leyburn following its closure.
The branch in the Market Place shut last week as part of a national round of closures by the company.
A planning application has been submitted to North Yorkshire Council to remove various features installed for use by the bank.
A report submitted with the plans state: “The proposed works are for the removal of existing external signage; removal of existing external ATM and existing window to be reinstated to match existing; removal of existing night safe face plate and existing aperture to be infilled with stonework to match existing; removal of internal counters and all furniture.”
The building is Grade II listed and situated within a conservation area.
The report continues: “The existing fixtures, counters, which are to be removed are themselves modern.
“The original building fabric will not be altered, removed or concealed.
“All existing original features will not be affected by the proposed works.
“The proposed works are intended to return the building to pre-Barclays occupation as much as it is possible preserving the listed building status.”