Updated at 3.51pm: Police Commissioner Dick Lee Ming-kwai said it was not feasible for this year's July 1 protest march to end at Central Government Offices (CGO), local media reported on Wednesday. Mr Lee suggested the march should end at Ice House Street or Queen's Road Central - areas more convenient for transport arrangements. He said the CGO had a very limited space. The march might end in disorder or disrupt traffic if a large crowd flocked outside Government Offices in Lower Albert Road. He said only a small number of protesters ended up at the CGO last year. Most of the crowd had dispersed at Ice House Street and Queen's Road Central. Police were discussing details of the march with organisers including estimates of crowd size, and the time and route of the march. Police said on Monday the two sides had agreed to a march route from Victoria Park via the Causeway Road exit and along Yee Wo Street, Hennessy Road, Queensway and Queen's Road Central. Marchers also used Garden Road last year. But the Civil Rights' Front denied they had agreed to the proposed route. The front initially proposed the marchers go along Garden Road and Lower Albert Road to the CGO and down Battery Path before disbanding.