Brent Democracy - live and interactive

As we will now be running our main committees as virtual meetings, you will be able to view the live stream of each meeting, along with archived footage of previous meetings by clicking the 'Go to live webcasting' button.

Go to live webcasting

What is a webcast?

A webcast is a transmission of audio and video over in the internet. Cameras in the Conference Hall capture the live information which is then accessible to view via this website.

How do I view a webcast?

If you have an internet connection you can watch full Council meetings live from the comfort of your own home.

Meetings will be archived for six months and you will be able to view the agenda and reports for the meeting that you are watching which will give you useful information about the issues that are being discussed.

You can watch the streamed events on multimedia devices such as iPad, PCs and phones as well as see and track live tweets on social media via #BrentLive


You can submit comments and feedback about the webcasts themselves using the feedback form provided at the bottom of each webcast page. Recent and future meetings are displayed on the right hand side of the page.

Things to read