Road closures - June

Date: 
Tue, 14/06/2016

The coming weeks will see a variety of events and activities involving full or partial road closures across Westminster, including West End LIVE and London Pride.

18 June: demonstrations and marches in central London

There are three different events taking place during the day, and all will involve extensive road closures or traffic holds:

  • Convoy to Calais - key area affected: Whitehall (southbound closure), 8am to 10.30am
  • Unite march - key areas affected: Piccadilly, St James St, Pall Mall, Cockspur Street, Whitehall, 1pm to 3.30pm
  • Loyal Orange Order - key areas affected: Piccadilly, St James St, Pall Mall, Cockspur Street, Whitehall, Whitehall Place, Northumberland Avenue, Embankment, Temple, 2.30pm to 4.30pm 

18 to 19 June: West End LIVE

Pall Mall East will be closed from 8am to 8pm on 18 June and 9am to 8pm on 19 June.

19th June: Marylebone Summer Fayre

Full road closures and parking restrictions on Marylebone High Street and surrounding streets from 11am to 5pm (up to 8pm in Paddington Gardens). 

25 June: Pride in London

The Pride in London parade and other activities will involve several road closures and parking restrictions across large parts of the West End, including Oxford Street. There will be activities in Trafalgar Square and Soho from midday to 8pm with road closures in place in Soho from 6am to midnight and from 9am for the parade route. Parking bays in the area will be suspended. For more information and full parade route, please visit the event website.

26 June: Modball

On Sunday 26 June, Waterloo Place will be playing host to the start of the 2016 Modball Rally. The participating cars will be on public display in suspended bays in Waterloo Place and the east bound lane of Pall Mall, which will entail traffic suspensions and management between 6am to 2pm. There will be no car parking allowed on the central island. Local residents within Carlton Gardens and Carlton House Terrace can gain access through Pall Mall,  turn into Carlton Gardens and then into Carlton House Terrace.


Last updated: 21 June 2016
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