The highway building work around Willesden Library Centre seems to have been completed, which means that everyone can now see that the Library is fully functional. This includes the pedestrian bit at the back, which I think looks rather good, and certainly not the "Muggers' Alley" some predicted.
The doors at the back are now open, making the Library easier to access and encouraging footfall in the new walk way.
I see that the wall opposite the artwork in the entrance hall is being used for a temporary exhibition about rugby following the Webb Ellis cup coming to Brent. That seems a good use of space, rather similar to the use of another bare wall in the old Willesden Library.