Blue badge scheme
You will need to apply for a blue badge via the GOV.uk website. There is a £10.00 charge, this is the only fee that will apply and will be refunded if you are not successful. Once you have submitted your application please pay on-line.
Applications may take up to eight weeks to process. So if you are applying for a review of your Blue Badge, please apply at least 12 weeks before your current badge is due to expire.
Displaying the Blue Badge in your car allows you to park in dedicated parking bays. This helps you park closer to your destination. Even if you don't have a car you can use your Blue Badge in someone else's car, when they drive you somewhere.
You can find out more about the Blue Badge scheme from GOV.UK.
Lost or stolen Blue Badges
If your Blue Badge has been lost or stolen, please email email@example.com, we can then cancel the missing badge and arrange for a new one be posted to you. Please note that you will need to pay a £10 fee before the replacement badge can be issued. The replacement badge will have the same expiration date as the missing badge and will need to be renewed as normal before this date using the GOV.UK application form.
Where you can park with a Blue Badge
Yellow lines - Blue Badge holders may park on a single or double yellow line for up to three hours except where there is a ban on loading or unloading, as indicated by an adjacent time plate and markings on the kerb beside the yellow line(s), and parts of central London where local schemes apply.
Controlled Parking Zones - Blue Badge holders may park free of charge with no time limits within Controlled Parking Zones & Permit Parking Areas. This includes residents only bays and pay and display bays. The Blue Badge must be displayed at all times.
RBK Car Parks - Free parking in all bays within RBK car parks.
Disabled parking bays - You may park for free, for as long as is required, unless signs state otherwise with a limited time allowed in the bay.
Blue Badge parking bays
We provide parking bays throughout the borough particularly within Kingston Town Centre and local shopping areas for the exclusive use of blue badge holders.
Some disabled parking bays are time limited; please check the signs carefully when you park. If there are no times displayed the bay is in operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Your rights and responsibilities
You, and those who drive you, need to know your rights and responsibilities when using a Blue Badge. The Blue Badge scheme guide details your rights and responsibilities and sets out the rules for when and where you can park.
You will need to register your vehicle to park at Kingston Hospital.
You will need to provide your name, email, Blue Badge Holder number and car registration.