The Blue Badge scheme is for drivers or passengers who have severe mobility problems or are registered blind. The scheme allows people to park near to where they need to go. Adults, children and some organisations may be eligible.
People who qualify can use disabled parking bays and benefit from a range of on-street parking concessions. Parking is not always free or unlimited for Blue Badge holders, so be aware of local parking arrangements in the areas you are travelling to. Blue Badges do not give you the authority to park anywhere.
How to apply, check the progress of your application, or have your eligibility reviewed if you want to renew a badge that's expired, or is about to expire.
Who qualifies for a badge, who may need a mobility assessment and what happens at one.
What to do if your Blue Badge is lost or stolen, when you must return a badge to us, and changes you must tell us about, such as changes to your personal details or mobility.
How to appeal your application decision, or tell us if you’re unhappy with the service you’ve received during your application.
Apply for a disabled parking bay or a dropped kerb outside your home.