- How can I renew my blue badge during lockdown?
- Can I check the progress of my blue badge application?
- How far can you walk for blue badge?
- What documents do I need to renew blue badge?
- Where can you not park with a blue badge?
- How do I renew my blue badge in Nottinghamshire?
- What happens if my blue badge has expired?
- Is road tax free for blue badge holders?
- Can blue badge holders park in parent and child spaces?
- Does having a blue badge mean you are registered disabled?
- What hidden disabilities qualify for a blue badge?
- Can I renew my blue badge by post?
- How do I renew my blue badge in Dudley?
- What do I do if my blue badge expires?
- Where do I return my old blue badge to?
- Do I need a new photo to renew my blue badge?
- What are the new rules for a blue badge?
- What benefits can I claim if I have a blue badge?
How can I renew my blue badge during lockdown?
To apply or renew, visit the Gov.uk website.
You will need details of your current Blue Badge (if you have one), a digital or signed photograph, your National Insurance number, proof of identification, proof of benefits (if you receive any) and proof of residence..
Can I check the progress of my blue badge application?
You can check the progress of your Blue Badge application by logging into our Blue Badge Customer Portal. You’ll need your application reference number to hand, which can be found on the confirmation email you received when you submitted your application.
How far can you walk for blue badge?
50 metresYou receive the higher rate of the mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance (DLA) You receive PIP (Personal Independence Payment) and got a score of 8 or more in the ‘moving around’ part of the assessment, meaning you were unable to walk more than 50 metres.
What documents do I need to renew blue badge?
We accept the documents listed below as proof. You’ll need to provide a certified copy in electronic format – for example, a scan or a photograph….Proof of identitybirth or adoption certificate.marriage or divorce certificate.civil partnership/dissolution certificate.valid full driving licence.passport.
Where can you not park with a blue badge?
BLUE BADGE HOLDERS CANNOT PARK:Red routes or double yellow lines (in all four boroughs)Single yellow line (except Kensington and Chelsea as long as there is no loading or unloading restriction and only for 20 minutes to drop off or pick up a disabled person, or to collect goods)Suspended parking bays.More items…
How do I renew my blue badge in Nottinghamshire?
Apply or renew. You can also telephone Parking Regulation and Compliance on 0115 876 1966 and request an application to be sent to you by post or download an application below. There is an administration fee of £10.00. Please do not send cash or original documents to us in the post.
What happens if my blue badge has expired?
It is illegal to display an expired Blue Badge. Likely outcome will be a parking ticket and, if further reported, a potential 4 figure fine. Granted the renewal and review process does not help (slow, inappropriate and clunky) but people can sign up for reminder services where available.
Is road tax free for blue badge holders?
Many blue badge holders are also eligible for exemption from paying road tax. People who don’t have a blue badge might also be able to get a road tax exemption. You’ll automatically get a refund for any full remaining months of road tax when you apply for exemption.
Can blue badge holders park in parent and child spaces?
I can confirm Blue Badge holders are permitted to use our Parent & Child bays if the disabled spaces are full. The vast majority of our customers are very considerate of parents with young children and respect family bays.
Does having a blue badge mean you are registered disabled?
Do I need to register as disabled for a Blue Badge parking permit? No, but you will need to apply to your local council they handle applications and issue Blue Badges. You may be eligible to apply for a Blue Badge if you have severe mobility problems. The Blue badge allows you can park close to places you need to go.
What hidden disabilities qualify for a blue badge?
New rules have widened Blue Badge eligibility criteria to help people with Parkinson’s, dementia, epilepsy and other ‘invisible’ disabilities.
Can I renew my blue badge by post?
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.
How do I renew my blue badge in Dudley?
If you need to renew your badge you must allow time for your application to be processed before your current badge runs out (approximately one month). An application form can be requested by ringing the Blue Badge Team on 0300 555 0055.
What do I do if my blue badge expires?
You can’t use an expired badge, so make sure you apply for a new one as early as possible. You can ask your council when to submit your renewal. You can only get a Blue Badge from your local council or at GOV.UK.
Where do I return my old blue badge to?
You must return the badge securely to your local council if:the badge has expired.your medical condition or mobility improves and you are no longer eligible.a replacement badge has been issued for one that is lost or stolen and the original is found / recovered – then the original badge must be returned.More items…•
Do I need a new photo to renew my blue badge?
Apply or renew online You’ll need a recent digital photo showing your head and shoulders. You’ll also need a photo or scan of your: proof of identity (such as a birth certificate, passport or driving licence) proof of address (such as a Council Tax bill or government letter)
What are the new rules for a blue badge?
Under the new rules, a disabled person should be automatically eligible for a blue badge if they receive eight points or more under the “moving around” activity of the mobility component of personal independence payment (PIP), or they receive the PIP mobility component and also score at least 10 points under the “ …
What benefits can I claim if I have a blue badge?
The Blue Badge Scheme provides a range of parking benefits for disabled people who have difficulty walking. For example, you can park for free in pay-and-display bays and also on double and single yellow lines.