Like the others have said - if you can walk a mile, then you don’t have much chance. The rules are changing, but most councils have a practice of comparing your application to a checklist. Someone posted here recently, that if you do the application on-line it will even be scored by computer. So if the criterion is 100 yards unaided, and you put down 1000 -that’s your chance gone. My council works in metres, and compares distances to the lengths of a double decker bus, so you can see how scientific it is. The new routine may involve an external assessor - we do not know yet.
But, not just for you, but for everyone, here is my new dilemma:
For me, the big thing about a blue badge is the extra space to get the car door wide open to get in and out,
Mine is up for renewal soon.
Without any aids, I can only walk a few metres (les than a bus length). With two walking sticks, that goes up to about 50 metres before I need to rest, and if I switch my FES on then it more than doubles.
What distance do I put down?