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Blue Badge (disabled parking) scheme eligibility review

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Summary

Proposals to extend Blue Badge eligibility to people with non-physical conditions.

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Consultation description

We are proposing changing the eligibility criteria for the Blue Badge scheme to include people with non-physical conditions.

This is part of the government’s objective is to ensure that those people with the greatest need have access to badges, whilst ensuring the scheme remains sustainable.

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Documents

Blue Badge scheme: consultation on eligibility

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Blue Badge scheme: consultation on eligibility (easy read)

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Blue Badge scheme: consultation on eligibility (easy read answers document)

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Published 21 January 2018
Last updated 1 March 2018 + show all updates
  1. Easy read consultation and answer booklets added.
  2. Revised postal address.
  3. First published.