(These passes are not covered by the online application process).
Application forms are available in Hampshire from:
Fill your application form in and send it to us at:
PO Box 696
Remember to enclose:
Only copies of documents are required. They will not be returned to you. Do not send originals.
We will process your completed application and you will be sent your new pass or vouchers in the post, or you will be contacted for further information.
You may be entitled to a companion pass if:
We will renew your pass automatically for up to five years after checking eligible users for changes in their circumstances. This will include checks with registration services, and other databases, including the National Fraud Initiative.
You may be entitled to a disabled person plus companion pass if:
you have specific disabilities, and
your disability is so severe that you are unable to travel unaccompanied and
you provide a letter from a healthcare professional e.g. physiotherapist, podiatrist, nurse etc. confirming that you are unable to travel alone for medical reasons.
If a temporary disability condition is claimed, it must meet one of the categories above and the concession should only be issued for the duration of disability described. The application must be accompanied by a healthcare professional's report.
You must be aged five or older, and be:
blind or partially sighted, or
profoundly or severely deaf, or
without speech, or
have a disability, or injury, which has a substantial and long-term effect on your ability to walk, or
have no arms or have long-term loss of the use of both arms, or
have a severe learning disability, including an arrested state of development from birth, or
have been prevented from holding or would have been refused a driving licence under Part III of the Road Transport Act 1988, under section 92 of the Act (physical fitness) on grounds other than persistent misuse of drugs or alcohol, or
a member or veteran of the Armed Services who has been seriously injured in service.
When you apply for a disabled persons plus companion pass on the grounds of disability, your disability must be so severe that you are unable to travel unaccompanied.
You will need to provide a healthcare professional's report e.g. physiotherapist, podiatrist, nurse etc. confirming that you are unable to travel alone for medical reasons.