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Blue Badge Reform: A Consultation Document

DescriptionA consultation on the reform of the Blue Badge Scheme in Scotland. The consultation covers: eligibility, eligibility assessments, enforcement, badge design and security, administration, organisational badges and concessions. It will run until 08 October 2010.
ISBN
Official Print Publication Date
Website Publication DateJuly 12, 2010

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ISBN 978 0 7559 9475 5 (Web only publication)
DPPAS 10349

This document is also available in pdf format (511k) and Word format (566k).
In addition, there is an Easy to Read version in pdf format (203k) and Word format (1091k).
The Consultation Response Form is also available in Word format (319k) and Online

Contents

Foreword
Executive Summary

1. Introduction
2. Eligibility
3. Eligibility Assessments
4. Enforcement
5. Badge Design and Security
6. Administration
7. Organisational Badge
8. Concessions
9. How to Respond

Appendix A: Summary of Questions
Appendix B: Number of Blue Badges on Issue in 2009
Appendix C: Glossary of Terms
Appendix D: The Scottish Government Consultation Process
Appendix E: List of Primary Consultees
Appendix F: Draft Legislation

Consultation Response Form

The Transport Strategy division of the Transport Directorate has prepared this document for web publishing, in doing so we have used Arial 14 font throughout. Alternative versions are available on request. If you have other needs in this regard please contact the PVS, MACS & Mobility Team.

Sarah Guy
PVS, MACS & Mobility Team
Scottish Government
2D - North
Victoria Quay
EDINBURGH
EH6 6QQ

Telephone: 0131 244 1525
Email: bluebadge@scotland.gsi.gov.uk
Website: www.scotland.gov.uk

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