Individuals and organizations can apply for Blue Badge Through Online Or by Post. With the application form, you must include photographs, fees, and relevant supporting documents.
Blue Badge Eligibility
Check if you are eligible for a blue badge and submit a blue badge application. You can also use this service to re-register for a blue badge.
You can register for yourself, other people, or organizations
Blue Badge costs up to £10 in England and £20 in Scotland. Free in Wales.
They usually last up to 3 years.
You must register for a blue badge before you are currently over.
You will need the latest digital photos that show your head and shoulders.
What Documents Do You Need To Apply For A Blue Badge
- Proof of identity (such as birth certificates, passports, or SIM)
- Proof of address (such as a council tax bill or government letter)
- Proof of benefits (if you get it)
You also need to know:
- Your national insurance number (if you have it)
- Your current blue badge details (if you register again)
What you need to know:
How you pay depends on your local council. They will usually make decisions within 12 weeks.
If your application is rejected:
Your board must tell you why you are not eligible for the blue badge.
You can ask them to reconsider your case if you don’t think all the important information you provide is calculated.
You can also submit it back if your mobility problem becomes more serious.
Blue Badge Assessments
You may be asked to conduct a mobility assessment. A health professional will see your ability to carry out various mobility activities. They will tell your board whether they think your health condition or disability limits your ability to move enough for you to need a badge.