Disabled on-street parking

The Blue Badge scheme is not a licence to just park anywhere. There are many locations that you are not allowed to park under any circumstances; check the parking arrangements for your destination beforehand.

In general the scheme allows the following parking benefits as long as your valid Blue Badge is on display, badge holders:

  • may park free of charge without time limit at parking meters and 'pay and display' on-street parking unless a local traffic order specifying a time limit for holders or blue badges is in force
  • may be exempt from limits on parking times imposed on other users
  • may usually park on single or double yellow lines for up to three hours in Wales 

Wrexham town centre – disabled on-street parking restrictions

Prohibition of all vehicles

Vehicles must not park on the following streets, or street sections, during the following times:

  • Monday to Friday 11.30am to 5pm
  • Saturday 9.30am to 5pm
  • Sunday 1pm to 5pm 

This applies to all vehicles and is a legal restriction. If you choose ignore this, you will be breaking the law.

Lambpit Street

From a point 38m west of its junction with Chester Street to its junction with Queen Street.

Queen Street

Its entire length.

Henblas Street

Its entire length.

Chester Street

From its junction with Charles Street to its junction with Holt Street.

Regent Street

From its junction with Hill Street to its junction with Hope Street.

Hope Street

Its entire length.

High Street

Access for Blue Badge holders at any time. Parking not permitted in loading areas, where there is a loading ban (indicated by kerb markings), or in the bus lane after 9am or before 3:30pm.

Disabled parking in Wrexham Council town centre car parks

Most of our car parks have designated disabled parking spaces and anybody with a valid Blue Badge may use these or other car park spaces.

Charges apply for Blue Badge holders in any space. Time limits for the car parks apply. One hour given free in addition to the parking time purchased.

Shopmobility also has its own dedicated spaces for use by the Shopmobility customers.

Enforcement officers monitor the use of Blue Badges closely and they have the right to issue a penalty charge notice to any vehicle not correctly displaying a valid badge when using the parking concessions. A ticket will also be issued to any vehicle parked in a designated disabled bay without displaying a Blue Badge, even with a valid pay and display ticket.

Please remember that the rule which allows Blue Badge holders to park on yellow lines on the street does not apply in council owned car parks.
 

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