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London Taxicard Scheme

The London Taxicard Scheme gives subsidised rides to Enfield residents of all ages who have serious mobility problems or sight impairments. This allows people with difficulty using public transport to get out and about in licensed taxis and private hire vehicles.

If your application is successful, we will require a photograph of you. We will contact you shortly after your application with details on how to upload this.

You will need to provide proof of identity, address and any benefits you receive.

We aim to process your application within twenty working days of receiving the information required.

Taxicard holders in Enfield can receive up to eight subsidised trips per month.

For more information, visit London Councils.

Apply for the London Taxicard Scheme Apply on behalf of someone else

If you’re unable to complete the online application form, you can get help by visiting Enfield Civic Centre or Enfield libraries.

You can also contact Customer Services on 020 8379 1000 to arrange for Concessionary Travel to call you to help complete the form.

Applications are for individuals and not businesses. If you're signed into a business account, you should log out and continue as a guest. Both business and individuals may apply on behalf of someone else. If you’re applying on behalf of someone else, all evidence you upload to support the application should be for that person.

Problems with your Taxicard

If your Taxicard is faulty, does not work, has been stolen, lost or damaged, contact London Councils. You should also contact them if you change your name or address.

You will need to report a stolen Taxicard to the police to get a crime reference number. Your Taxicard will be replaced for free if you have a crime reference number, otherwise you will be charged a £10 fee. You will also be charged £10 to change details on a Taxicard, or to replace a faulty, lost or damaged Taxicard.

For more information, visit London Councils.