A disabled parking marking is a rectangular shaped box that contains a symbol of a person in a wheel chair in the centre.
Anyone can park in a space with a disabled marking. However, if the procedure has been followed correctly then only vehicles with a current disabled badge can park in the space.
Markings in town centres are controlled by a Traffic Regulation Order (TRO) and are legally enforceable.
Markings outside people's homes are only advisory.
Apply for a disabled parking marking
- You do not have to pay for a disabled parking marking outside your house. The cost of providing it is met by the council.
- It is not reserved for one person. Other disabled car users are allowed to park within it.
- You will need; a copy of your entitlement notice for Personal Independence Payment or Attendance Allowance from the Pensions Service or a copy of your Certificate of Vision Impairment (CVI).
- If your vehicle is kept permanently at the address you will need a copy of the vehicle registration document (V5) or a copy of you vehicle invoice if you have a motability vehicle and a current insurance certificate.
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After you've applied
- An officer examines the site and assesses road safety implications. The council writes to the neighbours who will be affected by the marking and asks them if they object to a marking and also if they are prepared to keep that area of the road. If they are not prepared to do this then there is nothing we can do.
- We will reply to you directly to confirm if you can have a disabled marking. This can take between 8 to 12 weeks.
- Address Streetscene & Housing Service, Flint Street, Fartown, Huddersfield, HD1 6LG
- Phone 01484 414700
- Email email@example.com