Disabled person's parking permit (Blue Badge)

If you're disabled, you can apply for a Blue Badge which allows you to park closer to your destination without purchasing a ticket.

In Enfield, you can park for an unlimited time in the following areas:

Blue Badges should always be displayed with the clock adjusted to display the time when parking on a yellow line restriction, as the time period is limited to 3 hours. You can use your Blue Badge in any vehicle, whether you are the driver or a passenger.

Before applying, you should find out who can get a blue badge. You will need to provide proof of identity, address and any benefits you receive. If your application is successful, we will require a photograph of you for your Blue Badge and a £10 payment. We will contact you shortly after your application with details on how to provide this.

Blue Badges are normally valid for 3 years (before needing to reapply), with the following exceptions:

A decision may take up to 12 weeks. It may take longer if your application needs to be sent to our expert assessors who are medically qualified. This additional length of time will depend on the evidence you provide and any further evidence we need to see.

Your application is important to us, thank you for your patience.

Apply for or renew a Blue Badge

Pay for a Blue Badge

If you're unable to complete the online application form, you can get help by visiting Enfield Town library or Edmonton Green library.

You can also contact Customer Services on 020 8379 1000 to arrange for Concessionary Travel to call you to help complete the form.

Problems with your Blue Badge

If your Blue Badge has been lost or stolen, it can be replaced by completing the online Replace a Blue Badge form.

If you report a stolen Blue Badge to the police and get a crime reference number, your Blue Badge will be replaced free of charge. You will be charged £10 to change details on a Blue Badge, or to replace a lost or damaged badge. If you have changed your address, email us at ctravel@enfield.gov.uk.

Replace a Blue Badge

Misuse of a Blue Badge

It is a crime to use an expired Blue Badge, give your badge to someone else, or to use a fake or altered Blue Badge.

You can report the misuse of a Blue Badge anonymously. The person responsible can be prosecuted and fined up to £1,000, or have their badge taken away.

Report misuse of a Blue Badge

Returning your Blue Badge

You must return a Blue Badge if:

Please post the badge to:

Concessionary Travel
4th floor
Civic Centre
Silver Street

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