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Belfast DVLA Office
DVLA Registered Office, 1 Cromac Avenue, Ormeau, Malone Lower, Belfast, BT7 2JA
The DVLA’s Local Office Network disbanded at the end of 2013 after the agency shut down all the local offices to save money. Prior to this, Carleton House in Belfast housed the Northern Irish branch of the DVLA. Leading up to closing, the Belfast office still accepted paperwork and payments but forwarded them to the Swansea office. Gerard Beech, the former office manager, said these final few days were “chaotic” as staff prepared for the office to close.
With the development of Ormeau Business Park, many other businesses now surround the previous location of the Belfast DVLA office. The companies HMS Caroline Trust Limited and Strategic Investment Board Limited now occupy the particular building. You can no longer visit the Belfast DVLA office, but there are other ways to attend to your DVLA matters.
Contact the DVLA Main Office
DVLA Registered Office, Longview Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL
When the Government decided to digitalize its services, the DVLA closed the local offices, leaving one main office in Swansea. Obviously, this office is not physically accessible for everyone, but you can still contact the office with DVLA queries. Find out more about the Swansea DVLA office and how to reach them on this page.
If you prefer face-to-face interaction, you can visit a Post Office to tax your vehicle using your vehicle reminder form. Over 4,000 branches offer this, and many more DVLA related services. Or you can go online to renew tax or licenses and update your details with the DVLA. If you’re not sure where to go or where to start, just call DVLA customer services using the green number at the top of the page. Also, you can find more helpline numbers to get in touch with the DVLA here.