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Trafalgar Square byelaws

The byelaws for Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square Garden were made by the Mayor under Section 385 of the Greater London Authority Act 1999 and their enforcement is primarily the responsibility of the Greater London Authority. The byelaws outline a number of activities including those that require written permission or are are prohibited within the squares.

On 17 October 2003 a new byelaw was confirmed. It came into effect one month after the date of confirmation. This byelaw, number 3(a), prohibits the feeding of birds in Trafalgar Square.

Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square Garden byelaws PDF
Trafalgar Square and Parliament Square Garden byelaws RTF

 

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Since the square was pedestrianised in 2003, visitor numbers have increased by 200 per cent.

 
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