London Borough of Brent

borough in the London Region in England

The London Borough of Brent is a London borough in north-west London and is part of Greater London. It is known for landmarks such as Wembley Stadium, the Neasden Temple and the Kiln Theatre. It also contains the Welsh Harp reservoir and the Park Royal commercial estate. The local authority is Brent London Borough Council.

London Borough of Brent
Shown within Greater London
Official website
Status London borough
— Total
Ranked 312th
43.24 km²
ONS code 00AE
Admin HQ Forty Lane, Wembley
— Total (2005 est.)
Ranked 29th (of 354)
6,247 / km²
Ethnicity 29.1% White British
9.1% White other
7.0% Irish
27.7% South Asian
19.9% Black British
5.9% Mixed Race or other
1.1% Chinese
0.1% Brazilian
Leadership Leader & Cabinet
Mayor Cllr Bertha Joseph
MPs Dawn Butler
Barry Gardiner
Sarah Teather
London Assembly
— Member
Brent and Harrow
Robert Blackman

Brent's population is estimated to be 339,800.[1] Major areas are Kilburn, Willesden, Wembley, and Harlesden. Stonebridge, Kingsbury, Kensal Green, Neasden, and Kenton being the smaller areas.

References change

  1. "How the population changed in Brent, Census 2021 - ONS". Retrieved 2023-10-24.