Driving yourself

Blue Badges

Parking permits for disabled people

Blue parking badges allow parking concessions for cars carrying people who have severe walking difficulties, severe upper limb disabilities or who are registered blind. 

The badge belongs to the disabled person who qualifies for it (who may or may not be a car driver) and can be used in any vehicle they are travelling in.  Parents of a disabled child over two and under 16 can apply for a badge on their child’s behalf.  The badge can be used anywhere in the EU.

Where do I apply?
To apply for a new badge, renewal or replacement badge, return badges or report misuse contact Pembrokeshire County Council on 01437 764551 or call in at one of the Council’s five Customer Service Centres, located at Haverfordwest (County Hall North Wing), Fishguard Town Hall, Milford Haven Town Hall, Pembroke Dock Argyle St and Neyland Library.

Following completion of the application badges are issued by post within approximately 5 days. There is no charge for personal badges in Wales, however there is a charge for organisational badges.

Pembrokeshire County Council charge £10 for replacing lost, damaged or stolen badges, but replacements can still be obtained free of charge from www.gov.uk

ID: 1985, revised 23/01/2018