Disabled parking permit
A disabled parking permit - the Blue Badge and Lambeth-only residents' White Badge allows you to park in disabled parking bays.
Blue Badge - the disabled parking permit
The Blue Badge scheme is a Europe-wide arrangement for parking concessions for people with severe mobility difficulties, or certain other disabilities, who travel either as drivers or passengers.
White Badge - Lambeth-only residents' disabled parking permit
To receive a Lambeth Disabled Parking Permit (white badge) applicants must have either their own blue badge or care for a disabled minor who has a blue badge.
The white badge allows holders to park in disabled bays without having to display their Blue Badge.
The vehicle must be registered in the Blue Badges holder's name.
Who is eligible
Go to our Blue Badge page to find out if you are eligible to apply for a Blue Badge permit.
To be eligible for a White Badge you:
- need to be a resident of Lambeth
- hold a blue badge or be a carer who is responsible for a disabled dependent who is a minor (the minor can be up to the age of 18 and must hold a blue badge)
- the vehicle must be registered in the name of the Blue Badge holder.
Parking permit price
There is no charge for disabled badges, however there is a £2 administration fee for replacement permits
How to apply
To apply for a disabled parking permit, either a Blue Badge or a White Badge, you must complete an application form.
If you would like to speak to someone about the application process then please see our parking contacts page.
Terms and conditions
Conditions of use can be found on: