"an increase in library visits to 2,205,179 visits a year"
"an increase in issues to 1,124,383 a year."
The first surprise is the precision of those figures, which I assume have been generated by some mechanistic formula.
The second is the low ambition, compared to the most recent completed year figures. 2,205,179 visits is scarcely up form the 2014/15 figure of 2,112,149. Unless the new Willesden Library is a disaster (which I am sure it will not be) that is amazingly modest growth. The issue figures also seem low, although given difficulties with increasing issues in the past, that caution is more understandable.
Is something going to happen in Brent Libraries to overturn the success of the last few years?