The English town of Wembley is located in the northwestern part of London and the town forms part of the borough of Brent, which is also part of London. The River Brent and also the A406 surround the town of Wembley on both the south and the east, which is the north circular road. The north circular road separates the areas of Park Royal, Neasden and also Willesden. The town of Wembley is surrounded on the west and northwest by Harrow and Sudbury. The town is also surrounded on the north by Barn Hill, which is an open space.
The area of Wembley is recognised in the London plans which are drawn up by the major as being one of thirty five major centres. There is some notable changes within the area of Wembley and these include the stadium that is known as Wembley and this is the home ground for the football team of England. The stadium is also home to a vast number of entertainment events. There is also a concert venue within the area.
There is a good network of public transport and these include an underground network, a railway network and also a good network of buses. There is also a strong road network within the area as Wembley is located close to the M40 motorway.
There are a number of places of interest within the area and this includes the Stadium, which was rebuilt between 2003 and 2007 at a cost of eight hundred and twenty seven million pounds.