Parking places for blue badge holders have been provided in all charging car parks in accordance with guidance issued by the Department for Transport.
Disabled motorists must purchase and display a valid ticket but will receive an additional one hour free parking. They must also display a valid blue badge and clock.
Parking permits for disabled people
A new system for issuing Blue Badges has recently been developed. It is called Blue Badge Improvement Scheme (BBIS).
Blue parking badges allow parking concessions for cars carrying people who have severe walking difficulties, severe upper limb disabilities or who are registered blind.
Regulations came into force in Wales on 1 August 2011 which extended eligibility to the following:
Parents of a disabled child over two and under 16 can apply for a badge on their child's behalf.
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. 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.
The Customer Service Centre staff will be able to process applications between 9-15am - 1pm and 2pm - 4.30pm Monday to Friday.
You will also be able to apply for and/or renew a badge online via Direct Gov website Blue Badge
Under the new scheme, Blue Badges can no longer be issued by staff at a Customer Service Centre. All badges will be issued by Northgate Information Solutions and will take approximately five working days from the date they receive the approved application. Applications requiring medical assessments approved from their Doctor will take approximately three weeks for this process to be completed.
In line with the new national regulations, individual customer Blue Badges will be free for the standard second class delivery option.