Find out if you're able to apply for a Blue Badge for yourself, family or the organisation you work for.
You will automatically get a badge if you or the person you are applying for:
- is registered blind
- gets Personal Independence Payment for Moving Around Descriptor (8 to 12 points)
- gets Disability Living Allowance at the higher rate of 'mobility component' for help with getting around
- gets a War Pensioners' Mobility Supplement or have received a lump sum benefit under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme within tariff levels 1 to 8 and has been certified as having a permanent and substantial disability which causes inability to walk or very considerable difficulty walking by the Service Personnel and Veterans Agency
You may get a badge if you or the person you are applying for:
- is over the age of 2 and has a permanent and substantial walking disability
- a child under the age of 3 whose condition requires bulky medical equipment which cannot be carried around easily
- a child under the age of 3 who needs to be kept near a vehicle to be treated in that vehicle or taken to a place where they can be treated
- drives a motor vehicle regularly, has a severe disability in both arms, and is unable to operate all or some types of parking meter
If we’re not able to decide if you’re eligible for a Blue Badge based on the application we may need to do a mobility assessment. Our assessments are done by Occupational Therapists.
Apply for a Blue Badge
If you're eligible, you can apply for a Blue Badge with us through GOV.UK.
Page last updated: 11 July 2018