1 Parliament Street - Part of the Parliamentary estate containing MP's offices - this is one of the last buildings before Parliament Street becomes Whitehall
Richmond House - home to the Department of Health & Social Care - the suggested location for a temporary House of Commons chamber. This building is the first building of what is considered 'Whitehall' on the east side of the street.
Foreign & Commonwealth Office as viewed from the east side of Whitehall. The centre of the road provides spaces for the parkig of official vehicles.
Foreign & Commonwealth Office
The arch over King Charles St designed by architect J.M Brydon. HMRC (left of the street) and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office (right)
Squeezed security at King Charles St arch
View towards Whitehall from King Charles St
King Charles St entrance to Foreign & Commonwealth Office
The axis between HMRC, Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Downing Street providing vehicular and pedestrian access without stepping foot outside of the estate
Layers of security at Downing Street
Photos of fences
Horse Guards Whitehall entrance
Ministry of Defence - 'Earth and Water' sculptures
'No Unauthorized Access"
Elizabeth Tower scaffolding visible from Horse Guards Parade