The scheme is designed to help disabled people who have severe mobility problems lead independent lives by knowing that when they reach a destination, either as a driver or passenger, they will be able to park near to a venue and therefore have easier access to the services they want to use. It isn’t to provide free parking.
The Blue Badge parking concessions only allow badge holders to park on-street. They don’t apply to off-street privately operated car parks, such as supermarket car parks or on privately owned roads, such as those you find at airports. There may, however, be special concessions for badge holders in these areas and you should check for signs detailing these. It allows on-street, free parking without time restriction.
If you would like us to send you an application form please email us via the contact details on the right of the page.
There is a £20 fee for a blue badge. We will contact you to let you know when your badge is approved and awaiting payment.
If your application is turned down
To ask for a review of a decision to refuse an application please contact us within 4 weeks of receipt of your refusal letter.
Blue Badge Section - Opening Hours
The Blue Badge section at Stirling Bus Station will reopen from Monday 20 July 2020.
Stirling Council has been made aware of websites that charge Blue Badge applicants for assistance in completing their application form. These websites are not affiliated to or recognised by the Council. if you need assistance in completing your Blue Badge application form, please follow the guidance above.
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Last updated: Tuesday, July 21, 2020 2:52 PM