Information and advice for the Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend

Celebrations and events for the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee will be taking place across Westminster From Thursday 2 June until Monday 6 June. There will be changes to council services and road closures.

For information and advice to help you enjoy the bank holiday weekend, visit the official Queen’s Platinum Jubilee website.

Our services

Libraries: Libraries and Archives Centre will be closed over the bank holiday weekend.

Waste and recycling: there will be no changes to collections 

Contact centre: an out of hours service will be running over the bank holiday period. To report anything urgent please call 0207 641 2000 or 0207 641 6000.

Parking

Find out about bank holiday parking charges.

Resident parking

Resident Parking Permit holders for the following streets are advised that road closures on Sunday 5 June will mean access to and from these streets will not be possible. Parking bays have not been suspended however if you intend to travel, it is recommended to park in an alternative location.

  • Whitehall Place
  • Whitehall Court
  • Craven Street
  • Northumberland Street

 

Road closures

Due to the number of celebrations happening in and around Westminster, a number of roads will be closed during certain hours throughout the bank holiday.

We have approved a number Temporary Road Closure for Special Events in accordance with its powers under Section 16A of the Road Traffic Regulation Act1984. No vehicles will be allowed to wait at any time on the roads affected, except those used in connection with the events taking place. This does not apply to vehicles used by the Fire, Ambulance or Police service in an emergency, or to any directions given by uniformed police.

  • Craven Street and Whitehall Court road closures will be in place on Sunday 5 June and will not reopen until approximately 9pm later the same day.
  • Whitehall Place will be closed to traffic between Whitehall and Whitehall Court from 6am on Saturday 4 June and will reopen to traffic at 9am on Monday 6 June.

Thursday 2 June   

Start: 4pm  

Finish: Midnight

Roads closed:

  • Barton Street/Cowley Street 
  • Craven Terrace 
  • Shouldham Street  
  • Between:  
  • Barton Street (from the junction with Great College Stand) and Cowley Street (to the junction with Great Peter Street) 
  • Craven Terrace (from Craven Road to Brook Mews North) 
  • Shouldham Street (from Crawford Street to Bryanston Place) 

Friday 3 June  

Start: 10am 

Finish: Midnight

Roads closed:  

  • Bathurst Mews
  • Bristol Mews
  • Prince Consort Road
  • Wigmore Place
  • Carburton Street
  • Barnsdale Road

Between:

  • Bathurst Mews (between Bathurst St and Sussex Place)
  • Bristol Mews (between house 5 and the closed end of the mews)
  • Prince Consort Road (Kensington Gore East to Imperial College Road)
  • Wigmore Place (From Wigmore Street only)
  • Carburton Street (J/W Clipstone Mews to Gt Titchfield Street)
  • Barnsdale Road (Fernhead Road to Walderton Road)

Saturday 4 June  

Start: 12PM

Finish: Midnight

Roads closed:

  • Montagu Mews North  
  • Between: From Crawford Street to the junction with Montagu Place. 

Start: 8am Finish: 10pm

  • Herrick Street 
  • Cochrane Street 
  • Chippenham Mews 
  • Alma Square, Upbrook Mews 
  • Clarendon Street/West Warwick Place, 
  • Clarendon Gardens 

Between:

  • Herrick Street (junction with Cureton Street to junction with Bulinga Street, therefore closure point also required where Herrick Street meets St (Oswulf Street)
  • Cochrane Street (between Circus Road and Cochrane Mews) 
  • Chippenham Mews (between number 2 near junction with Marylands Road and Chippenham Road) 
  • Alma Square (Entire Road) 
  • Upbrook Mews (between Chilworth Street and Craven Rd) 
  • Clarendon Street (between Warwick Square Mews and St George’s Drive and West Warwick Place) 
  • Clarendon Gardens (between Randolph Road and Randolph Avenue) 
  • Whitehall Place will be closed to traffic between Whitehall and Whitehall Court from 6am on Saturday 4 June and will reopen to traffic at 9am on Monday 6 June.

Sunday 5 June  

Start: 7am

Finish: 10pm

Roads closed:  

  • Gerrard Street 
  • Kensington Gore East 
  • Elizabeth Street 
  • Ebury Street 
  • Needham Road 
  • Westmosreland Terrace 
  • Molyneaux Street 
  • Passmore Street 
  • Westbourne Park Villas 
  • Fifth Avenue 
  • Moreton Street 
  • Ashmore Road 
  • Jay Mews  
  • Kilravock Street 
  • Pindock Mews 
  • Cambridge Street 
  • Caroline Place 
  • Maida Avenue 
  • Saltram Crescent 
  • Maunsel Street 

Between:

  • Gerrard Street (junction with Wardour Street to Newport Place) 
  • Kensington Gore East (Entire Road) 
  • Elizabeth Street/ Ebury Street (Elizabeth Street from Chester Row to Ebury Street & Ebury Street (from Elizabeth Street to Eccleston Street)  
  • Needham Road (between Artesian Road and Westbourne Grove) 
  • Westmoreland Terrace (Westmoreland Terrace and Westmoreland Place) 
  • Molyneux Street (from Crawford Place to Harrowby Street) 
  • Passmore Street (from number 5 to the junction with Graham Terrace) 
  • Westbourne Park Villas (from junction with Porchester Road to number 32) 
  • Fifth Avenue (between Droop Stret & Ilbert Street) 
  • Moreton Street ( Moreton Place and Moreton Street with Moreton Terrace) 
  • Ashmore Road (From number 250 to Kilburn Lane)  
  • Jay Mews (Kensington Rd /Bremner Road & Kensington Gore) 
  • Kilravock Street (BetweenFfifth Avenue and Third Avenue) 
  • Pindock Mews (Between the Warwick Avenue and Castellain Road) 
  • Cambridge Street (between Hugh Street Warwick Way) 
  • Caroline Place (North end from number 6 northwards) 
  • Maida Avenue (Edgware Road and Park Place Villas) 
  • Saltram Crescent (between Croxley Road and Denholme Road) 
  • Maunsel Street (Regency Street to Vincent Square) 
  • Craven Street and Whitehall Court road closures will be in place on Sunday 5 June and will not reopen until approximately 9pm later the same day.

Travel information

Public transport and roads in central London will be busy, particularly on Saturday night and during the daytime on Sunday. 

Please plan your route in advance, allow plenty of time to travel and stay up to date on the latest travel situation on the TfL website.

https://www.westminster.gov.uk/information-and-advice-platinum-jubilee-bank-holiday-weekend