Where you can park with a disabled badge

Find a parking space with our free ParkRight app or search for your nearest disabled Blue Badge bay using your full postcode.

You must display your White and/or Blue Badge on your vehicle’s dashboard while parking or driving. Your badge’s details should be clearly visible. If you fail to display your badge you may be issued with a parking ticket (PCN).

 

Bay type Badge type Conditions
Resident bay White Badge Free to park with no time limit
Blue Badge only No parking during resident bay controlled hours. Free parking outside of controlled hours. Note, some resident bays are controlled at all times.
Paid-for bay White Badge Free to park with no time limit
Blue Badge only 1 extra hour free after initial payment up to the maximum stay during controlled hours. Free parking outside of controlled hours.
Bays assigned to other White Badge holders for personal use White or Blue Badge No parking
Blue Badge bay White or Blue Badge 4 hours maximum free parking during controlled hours (unless signposted otherwise). Free parking for as long as necessary outside of these times.
Single yellow lines White or Blue Badge No parking during controlled hours (in most cases single yellow line controlled hours follow the paid-for bay times - unless kerbside plates advise otherwise) Free parking outside of controlled hours.
Double yellow lines White or Blue Badge No parking at any time - double yellow lines are controlled 24 hours a day, every day
Suspended bays marked with a large yellow sign White or Blue Badge No parking
Doctor, hospital or diplomat bays White or Blue Badge No parking

 

If your vehicle is causing an obstruction it may be relocated to the nearest appropriate parking space.

Last updated: 10 April 2017
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