Your civic centre, including Wembley Library opened its doors in June 2013.

The building has been designed to streamline the efficient delivery of services to Brent's diverse community and accelerate the regeneration of the northern part of Wembley.

The centre's key features include a landscaped garden, exhibition and gallery space, community rooms, state-of-the-art library and 'The Drum'.

The civic centre will contribute to council savings of £2.5m a year, as well as offering a much more integrated service to residents, all under one roof.

Your visit to the civic centre

Civic centre location mapHow to get to the centre and what you can expect to see as you enter through the main reception area.

Services in the civic centre

Customer ServicesLinks to the services you can access in person in the civic centre such as Customer Services.

The Drum at Wembley

Drum logoView and hire the spaces in The Drum area for conferences, weddings and other events via our dedicated website.

Public events in the centre

Civic stairs 1Public events listing excluding council meetings. Please see the calendar of meetings for council and committee listings.

Community areas of the centre

Melting PotThe cafe and garden spaces as well as links to art exhibitions and events being held in the centre.

Civic centre car park

Car park 130 by 100There is an underground car park at the civic centre that is pay and display and has blue badge spaces.

Photo gallery

Civic stairs 2Take a look around the Brent Civic Centre with images from our Flickr gallery.

Civic centre opening hours

Brent Civic CentreThe civic centre opening hours for the building and the facilities inside.