Companion Badge parking permit
The Companion Badge parking permit was introduced to tackle the theft of Blue Badges from disabled drivers’ vehicles when parked outside their home.
The council has introduced virtual permits to replace paper permits, and as a part of this change the Companion Badge permit has been replaced by a new free Resident Blue Badge holder permit.
Information for existing Companion Badge holders
Changing your vehicle
If you change your vehicle, please send a copy of the following documents to the address below:
- a completed Companion Badge Change of Vehicle application form
Companion Badge change of vehicle form (PDF, 70KB)
- your new vehicle’s V5C (logbook) or, in cases where a vehicle has been issued by Motability, a copy of the motor insurance certificate
- the old Companion Badge
- cheque or postal order made payable to ‘London Borough of Haringey’. See the permits price list for the cost.
Send copies to:
PO Box 55290
London Borough of Haringey
We aim to issue your replacement permit within 5 working days.
Change of address
If you change your address within Haringey, please notify concessionary travel so we can amend our records. You will need to provide proof of residence at your new address. There will be no need to change your Companion Badge.
If you move out of Haringey or dispose of your vehicle, the Companion Badge must be returned to concessionary travel immediately.
If you’re unable to supply any of the documents specified above, or if you’re unsure of your entitlement to a Companion Badge, please contact us before you make your application.
We no longer issue replacements for lost, stolen or damaged Companion Badges. If your badge is lost, stolen or damaged, you will need to apply for a new, free Resident Blue Badge Holder permit.
Where can the Companion Badge be used
The Companion Badge can only be used within the borough of Haringey (other councils have their own equivalent schemes), and in the following parking bays:
- residents bay
- shared use (resident and pay by phone)
- pay by phone only
- non-dedicated disabled bays
The Companion Badge cannot be used where parking causes obstruction, and in the following parking places:
- dedicated disabled bays
- single and double yellow lines
- in a suspended bay
- in any parking place reserved for specific users, such as doctors or traders
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