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iam ablue badge holder also a social member of a golf club there are only two disabled bays tugged rou nd acorner no where near the main entrance
Okay. The blue badge scheme, is a scheme introduced by the government, in respect of parking at public places. The golf club is unlikely to come within this particular scheme.
However, the club still has obligations to make reasonable provision for disabled individuals at the club.
Albeit, this is under different legislation.
There are no set rules as to the appropriate distance, simply a requirement that reasonable provision is made.
am a social member of a golf club also a blue badge holder ther are only two disabled bay tugged around a corner no where near the main entrance
You are likely to be able to argue that we reasonable provision is not made for disabled individuals, as required by the Disability Discrimination Act.
This means that you should be able to argue that a parking space needs to be closer to the premises. A failure to do that, may give rise to a disability discrimination claim.
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