This weekend Springwood Mall celebrated the completion of its $21m redevelopment with games for the kids, competitions, and prizes, plus the announcement from Bendigo Bank.

Springwood Mall underwent a major facelift and renovation which is also its first since it opened in 1986.

The site now sees many new shops inside with Woolworths having an upgrade not long ago to now include a click and collect section.

While new shops are moving in, all the banks have left Springwood Mall over the past couple of years, besides one.

Community Bank Logan is a franchise of Bendigo Bank operating four branches in Logan: Springwood Mall, Browns Plains, Beenleigh, and Loganholme.

Kate Wakeling, Chief Executive Officer & Executive Director of Community Bank Logan said the Community Bank’s mandate is to invest their profits back into the community, supporting community groups, projects, and community events.

“Community banking is based on a ‘profit-with-purpose’ model, which means our profits are returned directly to the community that has generated them,” she said.

“Simply by doing your banking with Bendigo Bank, the profits go back into the community.

“We have supported so many community groups like Mission Possible.”

Community Bank Logan celebrated 20 years of community banking in the City of Logan and during this time they have invested over $2.5million back into the local community.

“We celebrated 20 years of community banking in Springwood on the 8 July 2023 and are now the only bank in the Springwood Mall,” said Kate.

“We are pleased to announce that we have just signed a new five-year lease to move into the old NAB premise, so I can happily share that we are here to stay in a brand-new fit out.

“All going well, we will be in the new premises by the end of October.”

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