Renewing or replacing a Blue Badge
Your Blue Badge will not be automatically replaced when it expires. It is the badge holder’s responsibility to apply for a new badge and we recommend that you do this at least 10 weeks before the expiry date. We aim to send you a renewal reminder approximately 10 weeks before the expiry date. You will need to complete a new application online or on the paper form and provide current evidence, and a current photograph/organisational logo as necessary. This is because your situation may have changed since we last assessed you and this might affect your eligibility for a Blue Badge.
If possible you should return your expired badge to Milton Keynes Council Blue Badge Team to be securely destroyed. If you do not return it please ensure that you destroy and securely dispose of the expired badge to prevent any possible future fraudulent use.
Lost or stolen badges
If you badge is lost or stolen you will need to report this to Thames Valley Police, on 101, who will issue you with a lost property number or crime number. If you have lost your badge inside the house or the car you will not need a lost property number. You will then need to contact us to apply for a replacement badge. If your blue badge was lost or stolen within three months of the date of expiry you will need to complete a new application.
It is important that the details on your Blue Badge can be easily read when you display it, otherwise a parking attendant may consider you are parked illegally. If your badge becomes damaged you will need to contact us to apply for a replacement badge, if your badge is damaged within three months of the date of expiry you will need to complete a new application. Damaged badges must be returned to Milton Keynes Council Blue Badge Team for secure disposal.
Lost or Damaged Clocks
If you have lost or damaged your clock please the contact the Milton Keynes Council Blue Badge Team to ask for a replacement. Damaged clocks must be returned to Milton Keynes Council Blue Badge Team for secure disposal.
Last Updated: 6 March 2017