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Blue Badge Scheme

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A person is eligible for a blue badge if they:

  • have a permanent and substantial disability that means they are unable to walk or have very considerable difficulty walking
  • receive the higher rate of the mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) or an award of eight or more points for the moving around element of Personal Independence Payment (PIP)
  • are registered blind
  • receive a war pensioners' mobility supplement
  • have received a qualifying level of compensation under the Armed Forces and Reserve Forces compensation scheme and have been assessed by the Service Personnel & Veterans Agency as having a permanent & substantial disability which causes inability to walk or very considerable difficulty in walking
  • drive a vehicle regularly, have a severe disability in both arms and are unable to operate, or have considerable difficulty operating, all or some types of parking meters
  • are a child under the age of three years who, on account of a condition, must always be accompanied by bulky medical equipment that cannot be carried around with the child without great difficulty (see list below)
  • are a child under the age of three years who, on account of a condition, must always be kept near a motor vehicle so that, if necessary, treatment for that condition can be given in the vehicle or the child can be taken quickly in the vehicle to a place where such treatment can be given.

Croydon Council Disabled permits / blue badges Enquires. -Tel:02087267100, Email:travel.service@croydon.gov.uk

Telephone:
0343 100 1000
Who is it for:
Those who qualify for disabled parking
How to apply:
Apply online
Sector:
Public

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