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Worcester City Council may grant Temporary Road Closure Orders under the authority of Section 21 of The Town Police Clause Act 1847 for events across the city for a variety of reasons, such as Civil Events like the annual Remembrance Day Parade, larger organised events such as  The Annual Worcester Motor Show held each year on the High Street.

These temporary road closures may also be granted for smaller more private events, such as organised street parties or one off celebrations to mark a special event that is restricted to residents or a private event.

Each individual application will be considered on its own merits and Worcester City Council cannot guarantee that any particular application will be granted.

Applicants will be required to consider the impact on local traffic and provide a map detailing suggested diversion routes allowing traffic and pedestrians to pass without entering the streets included in the Road Closure.

If you wish to apply for a Temporary Street Closure Order please pdf download and fill in the application form (325 KB) .

Worcester City Council does not charge for this service.

Approved road closures

Pedestrian access will be maintained at all times and vehicular access to properties will be maintained where practicable for each event.

No person shall cause any vehicle to proceed along various roads in the City of Worcester on various dates as follows:

Night Light Worcester

For a period of three day on Tuesday 19, Wednesday 20 and Thursday 21 October 2021 to allow for Light Night Worcester. The roads affected will be Bank Street, Charles Street (between its junctions with A38 City Walls Road and Friar Street/New Street/Pump Street), Church Street, Copenhagen Street (between its junctions with A44 Deansway and High Street), Cornmarket, Friar Street (between its junctions with Union Street and Charles Street/ New Street/Pump Street), High Street, Mealcheapen Street, New Street, Pump Street and The Shambles

It is expected that these closures will be required from 17:30 hours to 22:30 hours on each day.

 

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