Marston Holdings (Marston) is pleased to announce that Rossendales has been awarded a national contract by the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency (DVLA) to recover unpaid late licence penalties for non-payment of vehicle excise duty (VED).

Marston has a long track record of delivering both strong performance and contract compliance on behalf of central government agencies, including HMCTS, HMRC, the Legal Aid Agency, the Child Support Agency and the Student Loans Company.

Rossendales’ Collections Director, Paul Suffield, will be managing the DVLA contract for Marston.

He commented that: “We will recover late licence penalties, whilst encouraging keeper compliance through fair and consistent applications of VED legislation.”

The contract runs to September 2015, with the option to extend for a further two years.

Rossendales’ deeply embedded performance, quality and governance culture, together with its national coverage capabilities as part of Marston, proved important in securing the DVLA contract.

Marston Chief Executive, Gareth Hughes, commented that:

“We are delighted to undertake this important work on behalf of DVLA, which further strengthens the Marston central government contract portfolio. We look forward to providing a professional, value-added service.”


Further information

Rossendales is part of Marston Holdings. Contact the Marston Communications team to find out more information on 0845 340 2237 or by emailing communications@marstongroup.co.uk.
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For more information on the DVLA visit their website.