You must make sure the details on your Blue Badge are up to date, and that any lost Blue Badges are reported.
Rights and responsibilities
If you are eligible for a Blue Badge you can use it in any vehicle you travel in, whether you are a driver or a passenger. For details of where a badge can be used you can read about your rights and responsibilities.
Lost Blue Badges
If you have lost your Blue Badge you need to download and complete a declaration form and post it to us at the contact address below. If your current Blue Badge has less than six weeks left before its expiry date you should apply for a new Blue Badge rather than a replacement.
If you find your badge after you have declared it lost you can no longer use it and should return it to us.
You can continue to use your Blue Badge but you should notify us of your change of address as soon as possible, by completing our change of details form.
There is no separate Renewal Process for Blue Badges. When your current badge is due to expire you will need to complete a new application. Make sure you apply in advance of your badge expiry date to ensure you receive a new one in time. You will need to complete all sections of the application in full as the assessor may not have access to your previous applications.
You can use our change of details form to let us know you have changed your name. We require a copy of your marriage certificate or deed poll documents as evidence. A replacement badge with your new name on it costs £10.
Returning Blue Badges
If a Blue badge holder dies you will need to return the badge to us at the contact address below. Badges should also be returned if they have expired or are no longer required by the holder.
Customer Service Centre/Blue Badge
Norfolk County Council
Misuse of Blue Badges
It is your responsibility to ensure you use your Blue Badge correctly. We investigate any reports of misuse or fraud and you can view a list of recent Blue Badge enforcements brought against people committing criminal offences.