Professional carers badge

Professional carers badges are issued to people who provide essential care in the community, people such as midwives, doctors, care workers and social workers.



Can I have a professional carer's badge?

A professional carer's badge can be issued to you if you show that you are regularly providing care, either medical or clinical, in Brighton & Hove away from your usual place of work.

 

How do I apply for or renew a professional carers badge?

You need to complete a professional carers application form and return it to us in person or by post.

 

What documents do I need to provide?

You will need to provide:

  • a letter from your line manager, on headed paper, confirming you care for someone or people in the community
  • a copy of your professional care ID. If you are visiting our offices in person please bring in your ID

 

What is the cost of a professional carer's badge and how can I pay?

A professional carer's badge costs £52.00 for one year.

You can pay by cash, cheque and credit or debit card (including American Express).

Please write your name and address on the reverse of the cheque and make it payable to Brighton & Hove City Council.

 

Where can I park with a professional carer's badge?

You can park in a pay and display bay and a permit holder bay for up to two hours. If there are no spaces you can park on single or double yellow lines with no loading ban.

A professional carer's badge can not be used in off street car parks. Payment of the revelvant tariff is required. This also applies to both Preston Park and East Brighton park which are categorized as car parks.

 

I am changing my vehicle, what do I do?

You do not need to do anything as professional carer's badges are not assigned to a specific vehicle.

 

I no longer work as a professional carer what do I do?

You must return your badge to our parking office immediately.

 

I received a Penalty Charge Notice when using a professional carer's badge what do I do?

You should check that you have used the professional carer's badge in accordance with the conditions of use.

You should then decide whether to:

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