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Population change in Brent Population change in Brent

London Borough of Brent
Updated 2 months ago
This briefing reviews the latest population data for Brent and explores how it has changed in the past, and how it is projected to change in the future. The report also considers the impacts the pandemic has had on recent population change in Brent. The report analyses the latest data available as at August 2021, including the 2020 mid-year estimates of population, from the Office for National Statistics and the latest population projec...This briefing reviews the latest population data for Brent and explores how it has changed in the past, and how it is projected to change in the future. The report also considers the impacts the pandemic has had on recen...

Trade Union Facility TimeTrade Union Facility Time

London Borough of Brent
Updated 2 months ago
Details of trade union facility time from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. Data are provided for central function employees and education function employees separately. Data include: number of staff who are union representatives, percentage of hours spent on facility time, and total pay bill and facility time costs. This information has been published in line with the local government Transparency Code 2015. The code has been designed to...Details of trade union facility time from 1 April 2020 to 31 March 2021. Data are provided for central function employees and education function employees separately. Data include: number of staff who are union represent...

Salaries £50k and overSalaries £50k and over

London Borough of Brent
Updated 2 months ago
Details about Brent council employees whose pay was at least £50,000. This includes: The number of staff whose pay was £50,000 and above by pay band (grouped in pay band brackets of £5,000) - as at 9 July 2021 Detail about pay and expenses of employees whose salaries are above £150,000 - as at 2020/21 Information about employees in senior positions in the organisation including data about: grade, job title, local authority depart...Details about Brent council employees whose pay was at least £50,000. This includes: The number of staff whose pay was £50,000 and above by pay band (grouped in pay band brackets of £5,000) - as at 9 July 2021 Detai...

Pay gap - Brent Council workforcePay gap - Brent Council workforce

London Borough of Brent
Updated 3 months ago
This report looks at the pay gap by gender, ethnicity and disability, for all Brent Council employees (excluding schools). Data relate to the workforce as at 31st March 2020. The report has been published as part of the Council’s commitment to transparency and includes the gender pay gap data required as outlined in the Equality Act Regulations 2017.This report looks at the pay gap by gender, ethnicity and disability, for all Brent Council employees (excluding schools). Data relate to the workforce as at 31st March 2020. The report has been published as part of the ...

Equality profile of BrentEquality profile of Brent

London Borough of Brent
Updated 3 months ago
This briefing provides a profile of the Brent population according to the nine protected characteristics named in the Equality Act 2010: age, sex, disability, race, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage and civil partnership, sexual orientation and gender re-assignment. It also covers additional indicators about language and the borough’s EU population. The report is intended to provide contextual data for officers doing...This briefing provides a profile of the Brent population according to the nine protected characteristics named in the Equality Act 2010: age, sex, disability, race, religion or belief, pregnancy and maternity, marriage a...

Pandemic impacts: resident need and support in Brent - evidence packPandemic impacts: resident need and support in Brent - evidence pack

London Borough of Brent
Updated 4 months ago
This report considers various indicators about Covid-19 impacts, resident support schemes and resident need. Where possible, the analysis explores differences by area within Brent. The evidence provides insight into the impact of the pandemic across the borough, and is intended to inform the Council’s ongoing response to the Pandemic and planning for recovery. The report provides data about: Covid-19: spatial analysis of cases, death...This report considers various indicators about Covid-19 impacts, resident support schemes and resident need. Where possible, the analysis explores differences by area within Brent. The evidence provides insight into the ...
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Pay policy statement (including pay multiple)Pay policy statement (including pay multiple)

London Borough of Brent
Created 4 months ago
The council’s pay policy outlines Brent’s policy on pay and benefits for all employees (excluding schools) and has been developed to meet the relevant statutory provisions of the Localism Act 2011. The policy includes data on the ‘pay multiple’ which is the ratio between the highest paid salary and the lowest/median. This information has been published in line with the local government Transparency Code 2015. The code has been designed...The council’s pay policy outlines Brent’s policy on pay and benefits for all employees (excluding schools) and has been developed to meet the relevant statutory provisions of the Localism Act 2011. The policy includes d...

Parking Annual ReportParking Annual Report

London Borough of Brent
Updated 4 months ago
The council is committed to providing a fair, consistent and transparent parking service. Every year we publish an Annual Parking Report which gives details of parking and enforcement statistics with comparative data from previous years, and explains our parking strategies, policies and future developments. The report also informs the context in which the service operates, the achievements and improvements made each year. Download the m...The council is committed to providing a fair, consistent and transparent parking service. Every year we publish an Annual Parking Report which gives details of parking and enforcement statistics with comparative data fro...
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Transportation - JSNA 2019/20Transportation - JSNA 2019/20

London Borough of Brent
Updated 4 months ago
Brent is well served with public transport including London Underground and Overground lines, National Rail and buses. More people are either walking, cycling or using public transport resulting in the number of vehicles per household reducing to 0.8. In 2017 1,158 people were injured on Brent’s roads in 933 recorded accidents, of these six resulted in the loss of life and 126 were serious injuries. This figure is higher than the London...Brent is well served with public transport including London Underground and Overground lines, National Rail and buses. More people are either walking, cycling or using public transport resulting in the number of vehicles...

Children and Young People - JSNA 2019-20Children and Young People - JSNA 2019-20

London Borough of Brent
Updated 4 months ago
There are 102,752 under 25s in Brent, which represents 31% of the total population. The percentage of children achieving their early learning goals related to communication, language and literacy is low at 71%, ranking Brent 108 out of 152 boroughs. This report is part of the JSNA (Joint Strategic Needs Assessment) which looks at the current and future health and care needs of the local population. The JSNA explores the wider social fac...There are 102,752 under 25s in Brent, which represents 31% of the total population. The percentage of children achieving their early learning goals related to communication, language and literacy is low at 71%, ranking B...