I see that the next Brent Cabinet, is making emergency provision to have temporary school places at Elsley Primary School in Wembley. Of course, the rise in school places is a problem afflicting most London authorities. However, it does seem odd that Brent Council have recently emptied temporary classes in the former Preston Library, also in the Wembley area, whilst rushing through an expensive conversion of school premises fairly close by.
Why not just use the classrooms that were already kitted out for primary school children in a building that the Council owns?
I now understand that the former Preston Library building is being used for pupils from Wembley High.