If you are a car park user and hold a blue badge, you will get an hour's free parking for every hour you buy. For example if you are buying four hours you can park there free for the rest of the day.
For pay and display car parks: the free additional time extends beyond the expiry time shown on the ticket.
For multi-storey car parks: please take your ticket to the kiosk for validation, prior to departure.
Allocated spaces with level access are available in St Andrews and St Giles multi-storey car parks. Normal charges apply.
Parking spaces on Brigg Street, London Street and Gentlemans Walk have a four hour maximum waiting time limit on them to deter parking all day. All other disabled spaces are not time limited.
Scheme for blue badge holders unable to use the payment machines
If you are a blue badge holder travelling alone and unable to use the wheelchair height payment machines because of your disability, this scheme will allow you to park at any of Council-owned car parks listed below without having to display a pay and display ticket. A valid blue badge permit and time clock must be clearly visible in your vehicle and within two working days you will need to provide the Council with details of your car parking stay in order for the Council to invoice you.
The scheme operates in the following car parks:
Parking on yellow lines
Blue badge holders can also park on yellow lines provided they do not create or cause an obstruction or park in such a way as to affect the safe and free flow of traffic or park where there is a loading ban.
Norwich Shopmobility Norwich Shopmobility offers the hire of scooters or electric and manual wheelchairs with convenient disabled parking nearby; more details are available from the shopping centre websites at Chapelfield and The Mall. Chapelfield