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Roads Surrounding St Patrick’s Day Parade - Temporary Road Closures

LU1Published 21/02/24
Luton News & Herald • 

What is happening?

ORDER 2024

NOTICE is hereby given that Luton Borough Council, the Highway Authority for the said Borough, on 19th February 2024 made the above Order under the relevant provisions of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended).

The Order will come into operation on Sunday 17th March 2024 for a period of 6 months and cease operation when the proposed parade has finished, whichever is the earlier. Anticipated date of closures will be on Sunday 17th March 2024. Specific date and times will be signed locally. The Order will therefore be in operation during such time and to such extent as indicated by traffic signs, barriers or cones.

The effect of the Order will allow the Council to close to traffic various roads and lengths of the roads in the Schedule below. The Order is intended to create a window for the parade to take place and it is anticipated that the parade will take place within the date as above.

The purpose of the Order is to enable the safe passage of highway users partaking in the St Patrick’s Day Parade. Roads will only be closed as the parade passes using a rolling road closure. Diversion will be via Crescent Road, Crawley Green Road, Vauxhall Way, Hitchin Road. Alternatively via Stockingstone Road, New Bedford Road, Hucklesby Way. Details of road closures and diversions can be found at

Access will be maintained as best as possible to properties where this may be done safely whilst the parade takes place and diversions for traffic will be marked by signs.

21st February 2024
Highway Services Manager
Building 14, Central Depot
Kingsway, Luton LU4 8AU

Alma Street, Bridge Street, Brunswick Street, Burr Street, Charles Street, Concorde Street, George Street, Guildford Street, Hitchin Road, Jubilee Street, Manchester Street, New Bedford Road, Oxen Road, Station Road, Taylor Street, Upper George Street, Wellington Street, York Street.

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