Where to park with Blue Badge Scheme

Parking benefits Conditions
Badge holders may park free of charge and without time limit at parking meters on-street and "pay-and-display" on-street parking unless a local traffic order, specifying a time limit for holders of disabled parking Badges, such as a ban on loading, is in force.

The Blue Badge must be displayed.

Badge holders may be exempt from limits on parking times imposed on other users. (Check local signs for information) . The Blue Badge must be displayed.
Badge holders may usually park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours in England and Wales, or without any time limit in Scotland except where there is a ban on loading or unloading, and at a few locations where local schemes apply - e.g. areas of Central London. The Blue Badge must be displayed, and in England and Wales the special blue parking disc must also be displayed showing the time of arrival.

There must be an interval of at least one hour from a previous period of waiting before the same vehicle can be parked in the same road or part of a road on the same day.
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