We have been on the CSSC bridge call to hear what the plans are for the policing operation - which is significant.
Deputy Assistant Commissioner Lucy D'Orsi is the Gold Commander for the policing operation in London.
and private premises to be aware that these protests are planned as
peaceful and in public spaces and must be respected under Human Rights legislation.
Private property is the responsible of the landowner. Whilst opening a business implies an invitiation to the public managers are able to withdraw that consent
Ch Supt Wingrove is responsible for engagement and has suggested some sources of guidance in preparation.
CSSC will release a breifing note but in summary the expected assemblies are:
Thursday 12th July- Protest opposing visit at Hannover Gate, Regents Park – from 1730.
Friday 13th July – Most significant protest activity – Central London – Marches from 1100 in Portland Place, Second one from 1300 at Portland Place – heading through Regents Street, Haymarket, to Whitehall, finishing in Parliament Square/Trafalgar Square. Significant disruption expected between 1100 – 1900 hours. Traffic plan is in place. Buses and vehicles will be diverted. TFL to release updates via website.
Saturday 14th July – two rallies, first one in Parliament Square, second one in Whitehall. A further protest might take place outside U.S. Embassy, Vauxhall – this has not been confirmed as yet but local businesses to be aware.
Plans and maps will be published via the CSSC. (https://www.thecssc.com/)
The NBCC has asked for further updates regarding visits to other areas of the UK and these will be provided through the CSSC also.