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Disabled parking

Blue badge holders are welcome on all our car parks. In addition to designated disabled parking spaces, all holders of official disabled permits may park for up to 4 hours free of charge in any space throughout the car park (except Flat Iron where there is a 2 hours maximum stay for all users).

Please note, the Flat Iron car park is free of charge for blue badge holders however the 2 hour maximum stay still applies on this car park.

Please ensure you clearly display the blue badge permit and time clock upon arrival.

Blue badge scheme

Lancashire County Council are responsible for issuing Blue Badges on behalf of The Department of Transport in the districts of Lancashire.

More information is available on the blue badge scheme on the Lancashire County Council website. You can apply for a Blue Badge online.

The clocks which come with the Blue Badge must be displayed when using a Blue Badge for disabled parking. The Social Services in Scotland do not issue these clocks. Before visiting England, or on arrival, customers from Scotland should obtain a clock from Lancashire County Council's Blue Badge Team. Clocks are issued free upon production of a valid Blue Badge.


Disabled parking bays near your home

Provision of a disabled parking bay is administered by Lancashire County Council in Chorley. More information is available on how to apply for a disabled parking bay on the Lancashire County Council website.

View more information on town centre parking and charges.

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