You can apply for a Blue Badge for yourself, someone else or on behalf an organisation. The quickest and easiest way to apply is online. It can take between 6 to 12 weeks for you to receive your badge.
You can ask a family member, friend, support group or carer to assist you or apply on your behalf. Access to computers are available at your local library and 1st Stop. You may also go to Citizen's Advice Plymouth or Age UK Plymouth who have experience in helping. Alternatively we do offer bookable appointments at your local library where staff are on hand to assist applicants with the online application.
If you have completed an online application and need to upload some documents or make a payment please use the form below.
You can report a change of name, address, contact details or any other details relating to information held by us in relation to you or the badge that has been issued to you.
Tell us if your Blue Badge is lost or stolen.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that some people with hidden disabilities, including autism and mental health conditions, will be able to apply for a Blue Badge. We will publish full details of the new criteria once these have been finalised by the DfT. If you believe you may be eligible under the new scheme please do not apply yet. Any applications made before the new criteria are introduced will be assessed against the current criteria. We are not able to hold or defer applications.
More information about hidden disabilities is available on the DfT website.
For more information about Blue Badge applications in Plymouth please call 01752 668000 or email email@example.com.