About your civic centre
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, a state-of-the-art library and The Drum that has spaces for hire for conferences, weddings and other events.
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.
Our green building
Brent Civic Centre is officially recognised as the greenest public building in the UK, through its BREEAM Outstanding accreditation.
Information about the sustainable elements of the centre can be found in the building case study which formed part of the BREEAM assessment.
Grand Hall, Winter Garden and council chambers
The Grand Hall is located on the first floor in the South East Drum of the building, below the council chambers.
The Winter Garden is no longer open to public unless they are attending an event.
The Melting Pot restaurant
The Melting Pot restaurant is located on the first floor at the top of the escalators.
It is open open weekdays, 8am to 3.30pm, and offers a range of Fairtrade food and drink options.
The restaurant aims to provide an affordable modern breakfast, snack and lunch menu with hot and cold dishes, some of which will include popular traditional dishes and theme day specials.
The menu also include hot and cold snacks, salads, desserts, cakes, pastries and confectionery, hot and cold beverages including including coffee and tea, and soft drinks.
Brent Civic Centre garden
The large garden to the west of the building has three sections, allowing a range of events to take place including weddings.
The garden at the civic centre is open 9am to 7pm every day.