asked the Secretary of State for Transport what is the average delay in the opening of letters containing forms concerning motor vehicle registration at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Centre in Swansea.
All correspondence received at the centre is normally opened within 24 hours.
asked the Secretary of State for Transport how many people are employed at the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Centre in Swansea; and how many people are employed at each grade.
As at 28th February the information required was as follows:
|Senior Medical Officer||1|
|Nursing Officer Grade II||1|
|Principal Information Officer||1|
|Senior Executive Officer||41|
|Professional and Technical Officer Grade I||1|
|Higher Executive Officer||152|
|Senior Data Processor||126½|
|Trainee Data Processor||92|
|Senior Personal Secretary||1|
|Chief Superintendent of Typists||1|
|Senior Superintendent of Typists||4|
|Superintendent of Typists||2|
|Assistant Chief Photoprinter||2|
|Photoprinter Grade I||12|
|Photoprinter Grade II||13|
|Office Keeper Grade 2||2|
|Office Keeper Grade 3||3|
|Safety and Security Officer||1|
|Deputy Safety and Security Officer||1|
|Senior Security Guard||6|
|Stores Supervisory Grade C||1|
|Stores Supervisory Grade D||2|
asked the Secretary of State for Transport if he is satisfied with the efficiency of the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Centre at Swansea; and if he will make a statement.
I refer the hon. Member to my reply to the hon. Members for Daventry (Mr. Jones) and Bristol, West (Mr. Cooke) on 9th March 1977.—[Vol. 927, c. 1392.]
asked the Secretary of State for Transport whether the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Centre is yet in a position to start issuing kidney donor cards with driving licences.
I am pleased to say that it is. As from today kidney donor cards will be sent out from the centre with all first provisional driving licences—thus reaching approximately 1¼ million new drivers each year.