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Nottingham DVLA Office
DVLA Registered Office, Nottingham Business Park, Unit D, Orchard Place, Nottingham, NG8 6PX
The DVLA shut down its 39 offices across the UK in December 2013 in a bid to save money. With only one new main office in Swansea and digitally-focused services, the DVLA could allocate their budget more effectively. Sadly, this meant that Nottingham’s local DVLA office at Orchard Place also closed for good. You can no longer access the DVLA for any reason at this address.
Since the closure of the Nottingham DVLA office, the building off Woodhouse Way still stands empty. The property consultants Lambert Smith Hampton put the unit up for sale or for lease on their website. Other nearby units contain the offices of limited companies such as Paragon, Fairfield, Remit, Centiq, and Source Bioscience.
Contact the Main DVLA Office
DVLA, Longview Road, Morriston, Swansea, SA6 7JL
Reaching the DVLA is fairly straightforward even with the loss of the Nottingham office. All you need to do is pick up your phone and dial the green number at the top of the page. Then the DVLA customer helpline will assist you, at any time of the day. If you know the department which provides the service you need, call them using the specific number on the homepage.
When it comes to writing to the DVLA, having just one address makes processing much more efficient. However, to make sure letters go straight to the correct department, the DVLA does use different postcodes. You can find the one you need by looking at the contact details for the Swansea DVLA head office. Lastly, the people of Nottingham who might prefer face-to-face interaction need not despair that it’s all gone digital. You can still utilize many DVLA services in person by visiting your closest Post Office branch instead.