London Borough of Brent

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London Borough of Brent
Forward Together
Brent shown athin Greater Lunnon
Brent shown athin Greater Lunnon
Sovereign stateUnitit Kinrick
Constituent kintraIngland
Ceremonial coontyGreater Lunnon
StatusLunnon burgh
Admin HQForty Lane, Wembley
Incorporatit1 Aprile 1965
 • TeepLunnon borough cooncil
 • BodiBrent London Borough Council
 • LeadershipLeader & Cabinet (Labour)
 • MayorAslam Choudry[1]
 • MPsBarry Gardiner
Glenda Jackson
Sarah Teather
 • Lunnon AssemblyNavin Shah AM for Brent an Harrow
 • EU ParliamentLunnon
 • Total43.24 km2 (16.70 sq mi)
Area rank284t (o 326)
 (mid-2016 est.)
 • Rank26t (o 326)
 • Ethnicity[2]
18% White Breetish

4% White Erse
14.3% Ither White
1.4% White & Black Caribbean
0.9% White & Black African
1.2% White & Asie
1.6% Ither Mixed
18.6% Indie
4.6% Pakistani
0.6% Bangladeshi
9.2% Ither Asie
7.6% Black Caribbean
7.8% Black African
3.4% Ither Black
1% Cheenese

2.1% Ither
Time zoneUTC0 (GMT)
 • Summer (DST)UTC+1 (BST)
Area code(s)020
Polis forceMetropolitan Polis

The London Borough of Brent (Aboot this soondpronunciation ) is a Lunnon burgh in Northwast Lunnon, Ingland an forms pairt o Ooter Lunnon. The major aurie is Wembley.

It borders Harrow tae the north-wast, Barnet tae the north-east, Camden tae the east an Ealing, Hammersmith and Fulham, an Kensington and Chelsea tae the sooth, an Wastmeenster tae the sooth-east. Maist o the eastren border is formit bi the Roman road Watling Street, nou the modren A5.

Brent haes a mixtur o residential, industrial an commercial land. Wembley is the major toun o Brent, which is hame tae Wembley Stadium an Wembley Arena.

Brent is in the HA an NW postcode auries. Brent postcodes include: HA0, HA1, HA3, HA9, NW2, NW6, NW9 an NW10.

The Brent Cross shoppin centre is no locatit in Brent, but in the London Borough of Barnet. It takes its name frae the River Brent which runs throu the steid.

Auries[eedit | eedit soorce]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. London Borough of Brent Councillors, accessed 15 August 2011
  2. Data Management and Analysis Group, Greater London Authority, Demography Update October 2007, (2007)