How to apply for a Blue Badge
Blue Badges can be applied for on an individual basis or on behalf of an organisation.
Application for a new badge by an individual
You can apply for a Blue Badge either for yourself, or on behalf of a child by using the appropriate form on this page.
To apply, download and print the relevant form from this page, complete it by hand and post it to:
Blue Badge Section
Derbyshire Business Centre
The form for 'applicants aged two years and over' is for use by all adult age groups as well as applications on behalf of children over the age of two.
Please read the individual eligibility criteria before deciding to apply.
Application for a new badge by an organisation
Organisations can apply for an Organisational Blue Badge, if they care for an adequate number of disabled people who meet the individual eligibility criteria. The organisation will need to show it requires a badge in its own right.
If you are applying for an organisational badge you can download the form from this page, complete it electronically and email it to email@example.com.
What if your badge is lost or stolen?
If your badge has been lost or stolen the please download and print the form from this page, complete it and post to the Blue Badge Section of the Business Centre.
Renewing an existing Blue Badge
If you already have a Blue Badge you will automatically receive a renewal notice. If you have changed your address since your current badge was issued please Call Derbyshire.
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