CELEBRATING POST OFFICE driving licence and DVLA contract win

TSaving the Post Office he Post Office will continue to offer accessible driving licence and tax services to millions of customers in the UK, including in Denton and Reddish.

Andrew Gwynne MP attended an event in Parliament to show support for the win by signing a dedicated congratulations board.

Andrew Gwynne MP said:

“The Post Office is a vital part of communities in Denton and Reddish and has long provided a platform for essential and every day government services.  I am dedicated to ensuing local residents can easily access services they need and think this is another step in reaching that goal.”

Martin Moran, Commercial Director at the Post Office said:

“We are delighted to have the support of Andrew Gwynne MP. The Post Office has a strong track record in successfully delivering essential government services.  Winning the DVLA contract again is testimony to the quality of our staff and subpostmasters, whose longstanding commitment to serving local communities contributed greatly to this success.”

The Post Office secured the seven year Framework Agreement with Department of Transport in November 2012. It confirms that the Post Office will continue to deliver DVLA services from spring 2013, including:

  • Driving Licence photocard renewal
  • Motor Vehicle Licence Issue
  • Statutory off road notices (SORN)
  • Duplicate Vehicle Licence.

Many other driver transactions and motor vehicles services will also be offered through Post Office branches as a result of the agreement, meaning customers will be able to access a wide range of DVLA services under one roof.

The Post Office, now independent of Royal Mail, has an unrivalled national network of over 11,500 branches across the UK, more than all the high street banks combined, and sits at the heart of many communities across the country.  The Post Office has made a commitment to no more branch closure programmes.  It provides around 170 different services and products spanning financial services including savings, insurance, loans, mortgages and credit cards.  Post Office also offers Government services; telephony; foreign currency; travel insurance and mail services.

It serves around 20 million customers a week and half of all small businesses. More than 99 % of people live within three miles of a Post Office branch.   For many rural communities the Post Office is the only retail outlet.  Post Offices remain highly valued and trusted and are the focal point for many communities.  For more information, visit www.postoffice.co.uk


One thought on “CELEBRATING POST OFFICE driving licence and DVLA contract win

  1. Andrew,
    The post Office has done sterling work for communities for years they are the focal point for most people and the service they provide are second to none. The name Post office has always been and will continue to be a trusted establishment for young and old. The range of services the Post Office provides is phenomenal and you can understand why the Post Office is the heart and soul of rural communities. I like many others think a postmaster is worth his Waite in gold, well done for getting involved and putting your name and position behind such a worthy cause.

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