Blue badge scheme
- How do I apply or re-apply for a Blue Badge?
- How do I know I am eligible for a Mobility Blue Badge?
- How do I know I am eligible for a Risk in Traffic Blue Badge?
- How do I report a lost or stolen badge?
- How do I report an alleged misuse of a Blue Badge
- How long are Blue Badges issued for?
- If your application is refused
- What documents do I need when applying for a Blue Badge?
- What if I change my name, address or telephone number?
- What if my Blue Badge is no longer needed?
- When will I receive my blue badge?
- Where can I use my Blue Badge?
- Details of the Scottish LEZ (Low Emission Zone) Exemption system
How do I know I am eligible for a Risk in Traffic Blue Badge?
The quickest and easiest way to check if you qualify is to use the government's eligibility checker.
Under Risk in Traffic (mental disorder/cognitive impairment) criteria, you will qualify for a Blue Badge without further assessment if you or the person you are applying on behalf of is aged three years or over, and
a) Have a diagnosed mental disorder or cognitive impairment and provide a letter that confirms this diagnosis.
b) A healthcare professional (excluding a GP) or a social worker can confirm that the applicant meets the definition by completing the questionnaire in the application form.