Disabled Parking

Description of service

Amber Valley do not charge disabled blue badge holders to park, however when parking they must adhere to the regulations relating to the car parks i.e.: short stay - maximum 2hrs and must be parked in a marked bay (not necessarily a disabled bay)

Disabled parking permits

Derbyshire County Council administers the Blue Badge Scheme (formerly Orange Badge Scheme) on behalf of and in line with the Department for Transports' regulations.

More information can be found on Derbyshire County Council's website - under Blue Badge Scheme

Alternatively you can call them directly on:

01629 533190 - DCC Call Centre for further information

For further information a leaflet is available to view in pdf format.

pdf32 Blue Badge Parking.pdf (4,003kb)

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