The Blue Badge scheme is a national scheme that provides a range of parking concessions for people with severe mobility problems who have difficulty using public transport. The scheme operates throughout the UK.
Because of traffic congestion and the high demand for parking in Central London, it was agreed that the full Blue Badge concessions available elsewhere in the UK would not be provided in Central London.
Information on parking in Central London is provided http://www.bluebadgelondon.org.uk/.
In order to have maximum access to park in the City of Westminster, you will need to have a White Badge. This White Badge can only be used in the City of Westminster. Westminster residents and non-residents meeting eligibility requirements can apply for a White Badge.
If you are a disabled driver in Westminster, you must display both your White and Blue Badges when you are parking or driving. The badges must be clearly displayed on the dashboard of your vehicle. The White Badge expiry date, serial number and the vehicle registration number should be easy to read from the outside of the vehicle. Failure to clearly display both badges may result in a Penalty Charge Notice (PCN) being issued.
Find out the eligibility criteria and apply for a White Badge as an individual or an organisation.
Find out how to renew your White Badge
Find out how you can change name, address or vehicle for your disabled badge.
If you have lost, damaged or had your disabled badge stolen find out here how to replace it
Find out where you can park (and not park) with a White Badge.
Frequently asked questions about disabled parking
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