Port Macquarie Motor Registry Relocates For Renovations For Service NSW

Port Macquarie Motor Registry Relocates For Renovations For Service NSW

Member for Port Macquarie, Leslie Williams today announced that Service NSW will commence renovations this Monday (Sept16th) at the Port Macquarie Motor Registry.

The registry at the corner of Central Road and Barton Crescent will transform into a new Service NSW centre which is due to reopen in late November.

During the renovation period, customers can carry out their Roads and Maritime Services transactions at a temporary registry set up at 52 Lord Street, Port Macquarie.

Mrs Williams said the closure would enable the Port Macquarie Motor Registry to transform into a new customer friendly service centre which will be open for extended trading hours and offer a wider range of services.

“During the renovations customers can visit the temporary registry at Lord Street, call 13 77 88 or visit the Service NSW website at www.service.nsw.gov.au to carry out a range of transactions online,” Mrs Williams said.

“When the new service centre opens the people of Port Macquarie will benefit, with extended opening hours on weekdays and Saturdays and the ability to book appointments,” Mrs Williams said.

Service NSW Deputy CEO Steve Griffin said when the service centre reopens in late November, customers will be able to carry out a range of transactions such as renewing their driver licences or vehicle registrations, obtaining owner builder permits and birth certificates. More services will be added over time to deliver a one stop shop experience.

“There are now four service centres open across NSW - Kiama, Tweed Heads, Haymarket in the Sydney CBD and Orange. Other sites due to open soon include Dubbo, Tamworth, Parramatta and Wynyard.

“Customer response to the service centres has been very encouraging and we look forward to offering an enhanced customer experience to the residents and businesses of Port Macquarie in November. We apologise to customers for any inconvenience during the renovation,” Mr Griffin said.

No comments (Add your own)

Add a New Comment


Comment Guidelines: No HTML is allowed. Off-topic or inappropriate comments will be edited or deleted. Thanks.