Blue Badge scheme

Parking for people with mobility issues

The Blue Badge scheme helps people with mobility problems to park closer to the place where they're going.

If the badge holder is a car driver or passenger, they can park in some areas for free. This includes at on-street parking meters, pay and display bays and disabled parking spaces.

Privately operated carparks, such as those at supermarkets and shopping centres, may have designated areas for Blue Badge holders.

More information about getting and using a Blue Badge on the mygov.scot website

Cost

There is a £20 fee for a Blue Badge. You will pay this to Stirling Council after your application has been approved.

How to apply

You can apply online at the UK Government website. It can take up to 28 working days to process your application. If your application is approved you'll get a letter about payment and delivery. If your application is refused you can ask Stirling Council to review the decision. You must do this within four weeks of receipt of your refusal letter.

You must provide an email address if you would like an automated reminder around 12 weeks before your current badge expires.

Other ways to apply

For specific circumstances, there are a number of application forms available:

You can post your completed application to the address on the application form or email it to us at tcc@stirling.gov.uk

Alternatively, you can take your completed form to the travel centre at Stirling Bus Station. We aim to deal with all paper applications within 28 working days.

If you need any help completing the form, call us on 01786 237502. We're open 9am to 4pm Monday to Thursday.

We are aware of websites that charge up to £49 to help Blue Badge applicants complete their application form. These websites are not affiliated to or recognised by the Blue Badge scheme or Stirling Council.