Street parties for The King's coronation
You can apply to close a road for a street party and to attach lightweight bunting or flags to streetlights to celebrate the coronation of King Charles III.
If you have been given permission to host a street party, the event must be:
- organised for residents and neighbours only
- free to attend
- on a residential road (for example a cul-de-sac or where traffic is not able to access another road from the event road) where only resident traffic will be affected.
The event must not:
- damage the road surface
- disrupt local residents with music or other noise
- be on a road which needs to be used to access shops or other businesses
- be on a road which provides access to a public car park (other than a residents only car park)
- involve any commercial activity within the road closure area.
You must make sure:
- all rubbish is cleared up
- signs are clearly visible to all road users
- access is still possible by emergency service vehicles
- disabled drivers can still access disabled parking bays.
The deadline for applications is 3 March 2023.
Events near you
Visit the Royal Family website to find out more about the coronation.