Blue badge application form allows us to collect the information needed to determine whether you could be eligible for a blue badge. If you’re accepted, we will send you a notification letter. Please make sure you provide us with all the details we need to process your application. Please remember that once we have received your completed application, it can take up to 10 working days for it to be processed (though this may vary depending on your circumstances).
The form must be filled in by the applicant. All forms are available on our website if you click on the relevant link opposite and make sure you read the instruction leaflet provided with your application form before applying. If you have any queries please call our helpline.
How to Apply a Blue Badge
To apply for a blue badge, you will need to fill in the application form. We will then send your application to our local authority for them to assess it and make a decision about whether you are entitled to a blue badge or not. The application form for a blue badge is used to apply for a discretionary blue badge. The form must be completed by the applicant and sent to the local authority where they live.
Access our badge program, a safe and convenient way to join the Blue Badge community. The badges look great pinned to your clothes or hanging on your backpack and help distinguish you as a Blue Badge holder.
What is Blue Badge?
The blue badge is an early sign of disability and shows that you have required support to move about. It is sometimes also known as a medical card. Blue Badge is a travel document that indicates the holder has a specific right to park on designated bays which are located outside of general car parks. It is issued by the DVLA and can be used on your vehicle dashboard. A blue badge is an indicator showing that the user has an invisible illness, or else to show the user belongs in a group which deals with a certain type of illness The blue badge is a symbol of the disabled person’s right to park for free and for as long as they need if they have a valid blue badge registered in their name. The Blue Badge with the words ‘disabled person’ written in capital letters and showing a wheelchair in white.
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