STATE government services will soon be much easier to access in Glen Innes, with the roll-out of a Service NSW Centre to make interacting with government agencies as easy as buying a newspaper.
Northern Tablelands MP Adam Marshall recently announced that a Service NSW Centre would be established in Glen Innes in the next 18 months as part of the latest round of new service centres, flagged in the 2017-18 NSW Budget.
“Service NSW is by far the easiest way to interact with government face-to-face, whether it’s to renew a drivers’ licence, register a vehicle, apply for a Seniors Card or a boat licence or pay for social housing,” he said.
“At these centres you can complete more than 800 different transactions with government agencies at the same time and place, with a more efficient ticketing process ensuring faster service.”
An exact location for the building is yet to be determined and Mr Marshall said he was encouraging the community to share their thoughts on a preferred location.