Saturday, August 02, 2014
Friday, August 01, 2014
On Monday 4th August 2014, two groups called “No Glory Campaign & Stop the War Coalition” intend to hold a static demonstration in Parliament Square against the glorification of World War One.
This may result in an increase in noise levels andfootfall in and around the immediate area.
Other Parallel Events
There are a number of events occurring that day and there will be an increased police presence across central London.
A proportionate policing plan is in place.
There will be Police Liaison Officers on duty throughout the event that will be linking in and engaging with the demonstrators.
Please see the attached link for details should you encounter a protest in or near to your building.
For updates during Monday follow the MPS public order twitter account @MetPoliceEvents
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Monday, July 28, 2014
Once again there are four separate events and these are:
Maps showing the routes for the different events can be found here:
To allow the different events to take place some roads will be closed and details of where these will be, the closure times and when the roads are expected to reopen can be found in the leaflets available on our website here. Road closures for the events on Sunday will be in place from 05:00and roads will reopen as soon as it is safe to do so. Roads in east London are expected to reopen from 13:30 whilst in central London all roads, apart from The Mall, are expected to reopen by 20:00.
The Mall will be closed from 07:00 on Friday 8 August until 06:00 Monday 11 August.
A number of bridges in central London will be closed until the evening on Sunday 10 August but Waterloo Bridge, Blackfriars Bridge and London Bridge will remain open all day.
On Sunday 14 September 2014 the final stage of the Tour of Britain comes to London. There are two races in central London – a time trial and a circuit race – and both of these start and finish around Whitehall and go out to Tower Hill.
A map of both race routes is available here.
Roads along and around the route will be closed to allow the event to take place and Westminster Bridge will also be closed. The first road closure will be from 03:00 and this will be Whitehall (northbound). From 07:00 Whitehall (southbound) will be closed and from 08:00 all roads on the route will be closed. After the event most roads are expected to be reopen at 19:30.
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