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Leeds DVLA Office
DVLA Registered Office, Unit 9, Finch Drive, Temple Point, Leeds, LS15 9JQ
When the DVLA operated multiple separate offices across the UK, it found communication difficult. Additionally, running only 39 offices limited services to those who could make a physical trip to the nearest one. In order to improve services and reduce costs, the DVLA closed all 39 local offices to focus on digital business. Now the DVLA runs only one head office in Swansea.
Since the Local Office Network dissolved, Northern Gas Networks Plc replaced the Leeds DVLA office at the Finch Drive location. People who live in Leeds can’t visit, make a phone call, or send mail relating to DVLA affairs to this office as it is no longer functioning as an extension of the DVLA. Instead, anyone can access DVLA services using the updated platforms.
Contact the Main DVLA Office
DVLA, Longview Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL
When contacting the DVLA main office by mail, there are several postcodes for different departments. Be sure to check you have the right one from the information on the Swansea DVLA page. For assistance by phone, you can call the number written at the top of the page in green. This will put you in touch with DVLA customer services who can resolve your issues and provide advice.
On the main page of this website, you’ll also find helpline numbers for specific departments if you’d rather call directly. The DVLA will tell you exactly what you need to do and how to do it, as well as how long it will take and penalties if you don’t. For example, not updating your documentation when you change personal details can result in a fine. But don’t worry, submitting forms to the DVLA and renewing photocards is easier than ever. You can use DVLA services online or at a participating Post Office.