It will meet on Tuesday at the London Councils building in Southwark to consider the next stages of some of west London's biggest regeneration projects.
Topics on the agenda include the latest plans for a new West London Orbital Railway line linking north and west London, and the key priorities of the vast Old Oak Common and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC).
The OPDC development site spans more than 640 hectares and includes plans for more than 22,000 new homes and promises to become a transport "super hub".
OPDC chair Liz Peace MBE has been invited to the meeting to discuss how the OPDC proposes to "align its priorities" with those of the WLEPB, and how they can work together in the future.
Brent councillor and West London Orbital Railway campaigner, Lia Colacicco, will also be attending.
She said: "I hope the meeting will give a concrete update on plans for the new railway. It will be good to get a clearer idea of dates, timing and where the funding will come from.
"I'd also like to know where in Cricklewood the new platforms will be, but that might be going into too much detail for tomorrow."
The meeting starts at 10.30am at London Councils, 59½ Southwark Street.
It is open for the public to attend.
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