Where can I get an application form for a blue badge?
Some councils also let you apply on a paper form – contact your local council to check.
You have to apply through your local council – your doctor can’t help you get a Blue Badge.
Your local council might also arrange an appointment to visit you – they’ll let you know if you need this..
How do I apply for a blue badge?
Individuals and support organisations can apply for or renew a Blue Badge online or by post. With your application form, you must also include the right fee, photograph and supporting documents.
Do I qualify for a blue badge?
You can get a Blue Badge if you: receive the higher rate of the mobility part of Disability Living Allowance. … drive a vehicle regularly, have a severe disability in both arms and are unable to operate, or have a lot of difficulty operating, all or some types of parking meter.
How long does an application for a Blue Badge take?
17 daysIn a survey of councils last summer, the department found that on average it takes an applicant 17 days from applying to receiving a brand new Blue Badge – or 28 days if a medical assessment is required.