Parking in a pay and display car park

Disabled Blue Badge holders now pay to park in all parking bays in Waverley's car parks. However the charges will not be enforced until after the relevant Equality Impact Assessments have taken place.

Motorists parking in a disabled bay should also still display their Blue Badge. The maximum stay for a disabled bay is three hours.

Disabled parking enforcement suspended statement.

Apply for a Blue Badge (gov.uk)

Free disabled parking permit

Free parking permits are available for disabled residents on a range of qualifying benefits.  To qualify for a free parking permit you must be a Waverley resident. 

The benefits include:

  • Attendance Allowance (all rates)
  • Council Tax Support
  • Disability Living Allowance (higher rate)
  • Employment Support Allowance
  • Housing Benefit
  • Income Support
  • Job Seekers Allowance
  • Pension Credit
  • Personal Independence Payment (higher rate)
  • Universal Credit
  • Working Tax Credit
  • Any other income related benefit

The permit entitles disabled motorists to park for free when displaying both their Blue Badge and permit; face up in the front windscreen.

Motorists with both a Blue Badge and disabled parking permit can park in disabled bays free of charge for a maximum of three hours.  They can also park in a general bay  free of charge for an unrestricted amount of time when displaying both the permit and Blue Badge.

Apply for a disabled parking permit online

You can also download an application form to print out and return to the council offices in Godalming.

Page owner: Tina Cunningham. Last updated: 11/10/2017 09:47