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Residents and businesses
We work hard to minimise the impact of Pride on local residents and businesses, but there will be some road closures and access restrictions on the day of the Parade.
This is the information for last year, when the Parade was on Saturday 27 June 2015.
There will be a Parade of walking groups and floats through central London. This will affect parking and vehicle access along the route. It can get very busy along the Parade route, as there are a lot of spectators.
The Parade forms up in Baker Street from 9am and starts moving at 1pm. It leaves Orchard Street and travels along Oxford Street, down Regent Street, along Pall Mall and Cockspur Street, before dispersing in Whitehall at around 4:30pm.
Road closures will be staggered along the Parade route. This will affect areas around Baker Street, Oxford Street and Whitehall. Some roads in Soho will also be closed. Roads along the route will reopen behind the Parade, with all roads expected to be open by 6:30pm.
In the first map, 9am closures are shown in green, 11am closures are shown in red and 12pm closures are shown in yellow. In the second map, roads inside the red line in Soho will be subject to closures.
Deliveries may be affected by the road closures in your area. We urge you to make alternative arrangements if you are expecting any deliveries within the road closure timings.
There will be parking suspensions along the Parade route from midnight on Friday 26 June. Suspension signs will be in place at all affected locations. Any vehicles that remain in suspended bays will be removed.
Resident permit holders in zone G will be able to park in resident permit holder spaces in zones D, E, F and G zones from 6:30pm on Friday 26 June to 8:30 on Monday 29 June 2015.
If your vehicle is parked in any of the car parks in Soho and you need access to it on Saturday 27 June, you will need to move it by midnight on Friday 26 June. Otherwise, you will not be able to access your vehicle until after Pride has finished and roads have reopened in the early hours of Sunday 28 June.
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