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Blue badge parking scheme

What does it do?

The Blue Badge Scheme is a national scheme which gives parking concessions for the people mentioned below.

Who is it for?

People who are: ? aged over two who have a severe permanent walking disability. ? are registered blind. ? get the Higher Rate of Mobility part of Disability Living Allowance (DLA). ? get eight or more points under the ‘moving around descriptor’ for the mobility component of the Personal Independence Payment (PIP). ? under the age of three with specific medical conditions who must be accompanied by bulky medical equipment. ? people who need to be kept near a vehicle at all times, either for treatment, or for transportation to a location where treatment can be performed.

Complete the Blue Badge application form found on the website or phone number below. When applying you will need a passport size photograph of the person applying for the badge, once your badge is approved, there is a charge of £10 (the badge is then valid for three years).

For an electronic Blue Badge form click here

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