Service NSW Centre at Glenmore Park now open for business

Minister Jihad Dib shakes hands with Service NSW Glenmore Park Manager Jacqui. Photo: Melinda Jane.
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A new Service NSW Centre has finally opened in Glenmore Park.

Minister for Customer Service and Digital Government Jihad Dib officially opened the centre this week at HomeCo. Glenmore Park Town Centre.

The new centre will look to service communities in Glenmore Park, Jamisontown, Emu Plains, Glenbrook, and surrounding areas.

Dib expressed how important it is to have these services available.

“Service NSW is that one-stop-shop for all government services. We expect about 50,000 people will come into this particular service centre at Glenmore Park this year alone,” he said.

“I think the key element here is the fact that pretty much every service that you want to do with government, and anything that is available through the government can be found here in this centre.

Jihad Dib, Penrith Mayor Todd Carney and Service NSW Glenmore Park Manager Jacqui. Photo: Melinda Jane.

“The goal that we set ourselves is that everybody who walks in the door, walks out knowing we have done everything we can to help them, and to support them, and to make sure we have resolved any issues that they may have.”

The centre is officially the 117th Service NSW operating in the state.

A range of services will be available at the centre including licence renewal, working with children check renewals, and owner-builder permits.

There are two other Service NSW centres nearby, one in Penrith and one in Springwood.

A commemorative plaque acknowledging the opening is put in place. Photo: Melinda Jane.

Deputy Premier and Minister for Western Sydney Prue Car said how important the new centre is.

“I am pleased to see the people of Glenmore Park and the surrounding communities, including Emu Plains and Glenbrook, will now have a Service NSW Centre right on their doorstop,” she said.

“Western Sydney is home to many busy, hardworking families, and it is so important that our mums and dads have the services they need where they live. Opening facilities like this in growing communities means families are not spending unnecessary time away from one another while doing things like getting their licence renewed.”

Dib said how exciting it is to have a new service centre available in the Penrith area.

Minister Jihad Dib with Marley Moran who just passed his P’s test. Photo: Melinda Jane.

“It is a beautiful centre, it is really spacious, and easy to find, and I think [it’s] at the heart of the community,” he said.

“This is at the foot of the Mountains and so it is really important and really exciting, you can see from the team members here they are really excited to be here.”

Service NSW Glenmore Park is now officially open.

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