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List of districts in Brent

This is a list of areas in the London Borough of Brent.

Postcode areas in Brent are HA, NW, and W.

Neighbourhoods

Brent within Greater London
District Post town Postcode area Notes
Alperton WEMBLEY HA
Brent Park LONDON NW
Brondesbury LONDON NW
Brondesbury Park LONDON NW
Church End LONDON NW Also called Church Road
Cricklewood LONDON NW Also partly in Barnet and Camden
Dollis Hill LONDON NW
Harlesden LONDON NW
Kensal Green LONDON NW
Kenton HARROW HA Also partly in Harrow
Kilburn LONDON NW Also partly in Camden
Kingsbury LONDON NW
Neasden LONDON NW
North Wembley WEMBLEY HA
Park Royal LONDON NW Also partly in Ealing
Preston WEMBLEY,
HARROW
HA Also called Preston Road
Queen's Park LONDON NW, W Also partly in Westminster
Queensbury LONDON,
HARROW,
STANMORE,
EDGWARE
NW, HA Also partly in Harrow
Stonebridge LONDON NW
Sudbury WEMBLEY,
HARROW
HA Also partly in Harrow
Tokyngton WEMBLEY HA
Wembley WEMBLEY HA
Wembley Park WEMBLEY HA
Willesden LONDON NW
Willesden Green LONDON NW

Electoral wards

Brent is divided into 21 Electoral Wards, some which share a name with the areas above: Alperton, Barnhill, Brondesbury Park, Dollis Hill, Dudden Hill, Fryent, Harlesden, Kensal Green, Kenton, Kilburn, Mapesbury, Northwick Park, Preston, Queen's Park, Queensbury, Stonebridge, Sudbury, Tokyngton, Welsh Harp, Wembley Central, Willesden Green.

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