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The next steps for major regeneration projects in the heart of west London are being heard on Tuesday (November 21).

The West London Economic Prosperity Board (WLEPB) is meeting at the London Councils building in Southwark.

Councillors from Brent , Barnet, Ealing , Hounslow , Harrow and Hammersmith and Fulham will set out the latest plans for a new West London Orbital Railway and London's largest redevelopment site run by the Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).

We'll bring you live updates from the meeting here on our live blog.

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Meeting brought to a close by chair

The meeting adjourned with the agenda for the next meeting being announced.

On February 21 WLEPB will meet to discuss progress made with the West London Orbital Railway plan as well as the West London Skills, Employment strategy.

West London Orbital Railway - the next stage

Luke Ward, spokesman for the West London Orbital railway, said: “The important thing in the next months is not to loose momentum.

“Whatever happens there’s a scheme there to be realised and something that can be delivered.

“We’re keeping up talks with TfL and although it’s too early to say,it seems to be going positively.

“We are trying to convince the GLA and TfL that West London Orbital fits with The London Plan.

“We hope to have an answer in the next few months but it’s up to the GLA when that happens - it might not be until March.”

He added: “The West London Orbital Railway would benefit Park Royal and allow Londoners to travel from Hounslow to Canary Wharf without having to go into central London.

Plans for new Health and Wellbeing hub in Ealing - Shaw Trust charity

Shaw Trust has been selected as the provider to deliver Work and Health programme scheme in west London.

Th charity has been contracted to provide a service for over 13,000 people for the 5 years of referrals to the programme. The Programme will start early in 2018.

The programme plans to provide a new Well being hub in Ealing and to help more disabled people into employment.

"It might take something brutal" - Liz Peace on Park Royal land owner collaboration

Liz Peace discussed the difficulties in coordinating landowners of the Park Royal part of the site before businesses can set up there, she said: “Part of the problem with Park Royal is that it has such a fragmented ownership.

“We might have to do something quite brutal to pull together those land owners.

“I think we’re going to have to think creatively about ow you could actually get a collective development which would be in in the long term interests of residents and the area.”

Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation Liz Peace discusses next steps for development

Liz Peace MBE, Chair of the Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) speaks about how development is currently focused on the northern part of the site.

She said: “It takes a lot of infrastructure to get things going. I know the HS2 station is on a lot of people’s mind but that’s a long term project. First we need to build a huge number of bridges.”

“Right now we’re focusing on building homes in the northern part of the site.”

She wants to create opportunities for local employment and skills and consider residents wishes for new rail stations.

She said “We know many residents would like a new station at Willesden Junction, among other things and these wishes are the kind of things we would like to be involved in in the future.”

Chair Councillor Muhammed Butt opens meeting

The West London Economic Prosperity Board (WLEPB) meeting at London Councils building in Southwark was opened by

Chair Councillor Muhammed Butt.

Councillors from Brent , Barnet, Ealing , Hounslow , Harrow and Hammersmith and Fulham attended to discuss projects and plans including a West London Orbital Railway and London’s largest redevelopment site run by the Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).