Extinction Rebellion protest activity at Marble Arch continues, with Marble Arch being designated the base for demonstration. All other sites are now clear and open to traffic. The presence at Marble Arch remains peaceful.
This is a police-led operation. Arrests made to date are mostly under S.14 of the Public Order Act, and exceed 1,000.
Information from the Metropolitan Police and Westminster City Council indicates that Extinction Rebellion activity is likely to last until 28 April.
Road closures and cordons will remain in place until further notice on Bayswater Road (eastbound) from Lancaster Gate, on Edgware Road (southbound) from Upper Berkeley Street and Park Lane (northbound) from Queen Elizabeth Gate. Great Cumberland Place is also closed from Seymour Street.
Central London buses are disrupted as a result, with 19 routes on diversion (2 6 7 13 16 23 26 30 36 74 94 98 137 148 159 189 274 390 414).
Download the detailed road closure map for your suppliers here. Please note that the situation is fluid and cordon boundaries do move in response to local conditions. We’ll keep this map updated as often as we can.
Delivery vehicles will be permitted into the cordons only late at night or early in the morning, under police supervision, by local agreement. Construction vehicles will only be permitted into the cordon with a banksman.
While delivery restrictions are being relaxed during the protest period, please note that parking restrictions remain in place and are being enforced.
Westminster City Council Services
For concerns about noise or missed City Council waste collections please call 020 7641 2000.
Street sweeper services continue as normal.
If you see offensive graffiti associated with the protests, the City Council will remove this if you call 020 7641 2000. Chalk markings on roads and pavements will not be removed until the protest has come to an end.
Impact on Your Operations
The police continue to welcome impact statements. Let us know if your staff, guests, customers or operations are disrupted and we will pass this information on.
Please email responses to email@example.com.
- Can you tell us the impact these protests are having, if any, on you and your business, staff, guests, pupils, customers. For example; deliveries, waste collection, mobility impaired staff or guests being unable to reach you, traffic diversions, access to buses, noise at night.
- What is the estimated cost, either financially or otherwise, of this impact?
For more information on travel:
- Check travel status via BBC London Travel Alerts here
- Stay updated via the Metropolitan Police’s Twitter page
- Sign up for TfL Travel Alerts here
- Check travel status via TfL’s dedicated webpage here
- Keep track of the protest’s whereabouts by following the hashtag #ExtinctionRebellion