Your Internet Explorer is out of date

You are using an older version of Microsoft Internet Explorer which the Adur & Worthing Councils' website does not support.

This is an out of date web browser, and also potentially insecure. You should upgrade your browser for free to at least Internet Explorer 9 to use this website, or consider another web browser such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Opera.

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn YouTube Instagram

Disabled parking bays

Disabled parking bays on street

Disabled parking facility locations can be viewed on Adur & Worthing mapping:

  • Adur - Where to park and Civil Parking Enforcement guide - currently being updated

Please also see Disabled parking in car parks.

Back to top

How to park on street correctly

Disabled drivers with Blue Badges can park:

  • in designated disabled parking bays for an unlimited time with the disabled badge clearly and correctly displayed,
  • in pay and display bays or meter parking bays without time limit and without charge (if there are no local Traffic Orders in force specifying a time limit) with the disabled badge clearly and correctly displayed,
  • in all limited waiting bays without time limit, with the disabled badge clearly and correctly displayed,
  • for up to 3 hours on a single or double yellow line with the blue badge correctly displayed and the clock set to show the time of arrival, and where loading restrictions are not in force, and providing that the vehicle is not causing an obstruction (including at junctions, bus stops), or parked within 10 metres of a junction (as per 'The Blue Badge scheme: rights and responsibilities in England' booklet)

For parking concessions in off street parking places, please refer to the individual terms and conditions of the relevant car park.

A Parking Ticket (Penalty Charge Notice - PCN) will be issued if the vehicle is causing an obstruction or the time shown on the clock has been exceeded or the clock is not correctly displayed, or if the vehicle is parked across two restrictions, such as partly in a bay and partly on yellow line restriction.

See also:

Blue Badge holders guide

A guide is available for download to keep handy for reference:

Back to top

Apply for Blue Badge or disabled parking bay at home

Please see our Disabled parking and blue badges page.

Back to top