Returning a Blue Badge

How to return a Blue Badge if you no longer require it.

You will need to return a badge if:

  • the badge has expired
  • the badge holder dies
  • your medical condition or mobility improves and you are no longer eligible
  • a replacement badge has been issued for one that is lost or stolen and the original one is recovered (then the original badge must be returned)
  • the badge is no longer required and will not be used
  • the badge is damaged or faded
  • you have misused it
  • you obtained it dishonestly
  • you have tried to let another person use it.

If you continue to display the badge when you no longer need it you may be fined up to £1,000.

 
Last updated:
27 October 2017

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