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2944455970_2be3c65ebb_b.jpg?profile=RESIZE_710xMORE blue badge spaces in the city are needed to meet rising demand, a campaigner has said, after a national change to make people with 'hidden disabilities' eligible was passed.

Currently Portsmouth has 1,918 disabled parking bays - just 28 per cent of the 6,857 residents who hold blue badges.

And this difference could become greater with the extension of the blue badge scheme announced on Friday, which will include hidden disabilities such as autism and mental health conditions.


Portsmouth Evening News

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