Published Tuesday, 17 September 2013
Orange supporters on the Woodvale Road during a protest at police lines. (© Presseye)
The parade organisers had applied for 20 bands and a total of 5,000 participants to make their way from City Hall to Woodvale, via Donegall Place, Royal Avenue, North Street, and the Shankill Road.
They planned to start their journey at 2pm on Saturday and finish at 5pm.
The Commission has determined that those gathered at City Hall must have cleared the area no later than 12.30pm and have passed the Royal Avenue/North Street junction by 1pm.
Other restrictions also apply, including that only notified bands should take part and that adequate numbers of stewards must be arranged by the parade organisers.
According to the Commission, all participants and supporters "must behave with due regard for the rights, traditions and feelings of others in the vicinity".
The organisers have also been warned that they must ensure that all stewards and participants "obey any direction given by police in relation to this parade".
The loyalist parade was notified to the Parades Commission as being against "political policing" and also about the ongoing protest over the restriction of the flying of the Union flag and "families of those in prison and under house arrest".
The Woodvale area is where an Orange Order parade was halted during Twelfth of July celebrations.
Campaigners have already set up what they are calling a "civil rights camp" at Twaddell in north Belfast and say they will maintain a presence there until the Twelfth parade has been completed.
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