His Majesty King Charles III Coronation

The Coronation of His Majesty the King and Her Majesty Queen Consort will take place at Westminster Abbey on Saturday 6th May 2023.

The City of Westminster will now become the focal point for the forthcoming Coronation and the arrangements for this will have a significant impact on the area during this time with travel and normal business activity restricted.

We are in regular communication with partners at The Metropolitan Police, Westminster City Council and other statutory bodies so will serve as the primary conduit of verified information to our business community.

We will be using our Northbank Emergency Notification System for all future correspondence so please register your details here in order to receive further information via email, SMS and in-app messaging.

To contact us with any enquiries please email info@thenorthbank.london.

Latest Updates:

  • 04/05/23 – A map showing the extent of vehicle restrictions being implemented from 1900hrs on the 5th May is available here
  • 25/04/23 – Further information has been released concerning the arrangements for the Coronation of King Charles III from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport. This letter explains the extent of pedestrian and vehicle restrictions in the days preceding and the day of the Coronation.If your premises falls within the dedicated event area (see page 4) you should receive a separate letter in the post regarding the specific restrictions for your location. If you have not received this letter by Thursday 27th April please contact info@thenorthbank.london

Women’s night safety walks

Walks have been set up to bring together women who live, work, visit and study in Westminster to establish a checklist of factors that may impact the safety of women at night.  We will use the recommendations and feedback to create approaches that will improve women’s safety and the safety of other vulnerable groups.  We are currently working with specialist groups to ensure our walks engage with a diverse range of people. We are committed to gaining representation from LGBT+ communities, people of colour, disabled individuals, and families. If you are interested in joining us for our night safety walks, please fill out our form. If you would like to know more about how you can support our initiative, please email us: nightsafe@westminster.gov.uk