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Edinburgh DVLA Office
DVLA Registered Office, Wallace House, Lochside Avenue, Edinburgh, EH12 9DJ
Local DVLA offices, such as the Edinburgh DVLA, all officially closed as of December 2013. Regional offices focused on paper-based services for their own area. With all services moved online and centralized through one new office in Swansea, they vastly improved. The money saved by shutting down local offices allows the DVLA to provide faster, more accessible services for customers.
Constructed in 1996 as one of the first buildings on Edinburgh Business Park, Wallace House contained the Edinburgh DVLA office until its closure. The companies CGI and Fujitsu currently occupy two of the building’s three floors, but one floor remains vacant. Initially, mail sent to the Edinburgh office during the closure could be forwarded to Swansea. However, without a DVLA facility there, you cannot contact them at this address.
Contact the Main DVLA Office
DVLA, Longview Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL
Since the changeover, accessing DVLA services is actually much easier than before. Just because you can’t visit a DVLA office in person doesn’t mean you can’t still sort out paperwork. You can fill out physical forms and pay for services at many Post Office branches. Some things do still require written contact, so you can send letters to the Swansea DVLA office. You can find all the addresses you might need right here.
Whenever you need help with DVLA matters, such as taxes, fines, or licenses, you can call customer services on the green number above. Or if you know which department you need to speak to, find the number to call on the homepage. The DVLA will be able to advise you on the best method for completing whichever process you are applying to do. Sometimes this might be online, so it’s always worth looking at the DVLA website provided by the government.