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We have been informed by Government that police have tested a fire door recovered from Grenfell Tower and it did not meet the fire resistance performance expected under building regulations guidance.

Like hundreds of councils and landlords across the country, we are in contact with Government and the police to understand what this means for our buildings and our residents.

As soon as we have clear advice from the Government about the safety implications of these tests, we will write to our residents about what this means for them. The Government are currently telling local authorities that fire safety advice remains unchanged.

We understand this news will be of particular concern to residents in our borough, which is why we are urging the Government to move as quickly as it can to give us clarity about the situation.

More information on fire advice is available from central Government:

Wednesday 21 March, 3 to 8pm, Museum of Brands, Lancaster Road W11 1QT

Come and raise your questions with senior staff from the Council, elected ward councillors and providers of other Grenfell-related services. Officers will be on site to answer questions and give one-to-one information on the Grenfell response. Everyone is welcome to come along.

The council will also organise an additional private drop-in session for former residents of Grenfell Tower and Grenfell Walk only, so you can raise questions relating to your personal cases – you will be contacted individually with details and dates for this session.

Find out more about the event which will replace the Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee meeting.

Government reaffirms commitment to putting bereaved families and the community at the heart of deciding what happens to the future of the Grenfell Tower site.

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The Lancaster West update is a regular fortnightly newsletter that provides updates on news for the estate and space for people to discuss issues for the local area.

Help design and create a mosaic piece to be installed at The Curve.
Sat 17 March.

A drop-in advice and information event which is to replace the next Grenfell Scrutiny Recovery Committee meeting.
Museum of Brands
Wednesday 21 March
3pm to 8pm.

This is a new group for young people affected by the death of someone close to them as a result of the Grenfell Tower tragedy.
Mondays 5pm-7pm at The Curve.

The Curve

Located just around the corner from Latimer Road Station and the Westway Centre, it offers a space for people affected by the Grenfell tragedy to meet up and continue to access services.

The centre is open Mon to Fri from 10am to 8pm, weekends 11am to 6pm and provides support and advice from a wide range of organisations including the NHS, UK Visas and Immigration – Home Office, HM Passport Office,  Jobcentre Plus, Post Office, Adults’ and Children’s Social Care, and Housing.

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