The location of the promised new Service NSW centre in Engadine has been locked in.
A lease has been signed for the facility to be located in the Engadine Town Centre Shopping Centre.
The move comes four years after the state government closed the Engadine motor registry in the same shopping centre, and moved its operations to Service NSW at Miranda.
Four shops will be amalgamated to provide the necessary space for the new facility, which is expected to open about May.
Minister for Customer Service Victor Dominello said the centre would be modelled on the Service NSW Centre at Woy Woy, which opened last year.
"People go to Service NSW to get their first vehicle registration, driver licence or a Seniors Card," he said.
"They can also apply for birth, death or marriage certificates.
"Service NSW is also a gateway to government savings and incentives to ease the cost of living, including Toll Relief, Creative Kids vouchers and Energy Switch."
Heathcote MP Lee Evans said, "This is great news, and will make a real difference to the community once the centre is opened in the first half of this year".
"This is the next step in fulfilling my election commitment to deliver a service hub to our local community," he said.