Residents' associations

Residents' associations are a group of residents who meet regularly to talk about things they can do to improve their local area.

How are residents' associations set up?

They have a committee made up of a chair, secretary, treasurer and general members. The associations are registered with Brent Council each year and are given a grant to pay for costs such as photocopying and telephone calls. We also offer a start up grant for any new resident' association to help with set up costs.

List of residents' associations

Here is a list of residents’ associations in Brent

  • Alpha House, Gorefield House and Canterbury CourtBernard Shaw House
  • Brentfield Estate
  • Cavendish Close
  • Chichester House
  • Eskdale and Loweswater Close
  • Fiveways (Athelstan Gardens, Mapes House, Weston House, Leff House & Brands House)
  • Gauntlett Court
  • Lodge and Manor Court
  • Marley Walk
  • Pharamond
  • Rokesby Place
  • Seymour Court
  • St Raphael’s
  • Summit Court
  • The Groves (Bush Grove, Holly Grove, Hawthorne Grove, Laburnham Grove and Sycamore Grove)

Further information

We have put together a booklet that provides groups of residents with guidance and information about organising a residents' association.

Enquire about residents' associations