Blue badge holders may park without charge or time limit in:
Blue badge holders may park for up to three hours on a single or double yellow line (providing that the clock is also on display) except:
Holders may not park in:
Blue badge scheme regulations
Latest blue badge scheme regulations and information from the Department of Transport:
The green badge scheme runs in conjunction with blue badge permits
If you have a blue badge you can still park in the green badge zone, but only in the blue badge parking bays, or in shared use loading/disabled bays (between 6.30pm and 8.30am daily and all day Sunday).
If you hold both a green and blue badge you can also park in green badge bays and shared use loading/disabled bays, as well as residents’, metered and pay-and-display bays, provided they are not suspended
As with the blue badge, you nominate up to three vehicles in which the green badge can be used in. You can use your green badge in any one vehicle at a time, and only on the days that you indicated on your green badge application form.
The green badge scheme operates near the West End of London, a heavily congested area with high demand for parking spaces. In this part of the borough the blue badge is only valid with a green badge.