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The Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee meets regularly to look at the Council’s recovery programme and make suggestions to improve it. Meetings are open to the public and residents can express their concerns and share what’s important to them.

Cllr Robert Thompson, who chairs the meetings, has written an open letter about changes to the structure of the meeting on 15 February:

  • Independent facilitator Graham Elder will run the meeting. Graham has worked with more than 15 councils to help meetings to support local residents
  • Attendees will split into small groups and discuss how future meetings should work and what needs to be achieved

The meeting is on Thursday 15 February, 6.30pm at Notting Hill Methodist Church, Lancaster Road W10.

Read the open letter from Chair Robert Thompson

Read the agenda

Kensington and Chelsea Council is seeking a Head of Community Engagement to lead on developing its relationships with our residents and community groups across the borough. Since the Grenfell Tower tragedy last June the Council has committed to improving the way it engages with the community and to giving its residents a real voice in the way the Council is run and provides services.

Find out more

Grenfell Support Newsletter

Weekly update on what’s happening.

Lancaster West Newsletter

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.
2pm-5pm, Sat 24 Feb and Sat 3, Sat 10, and Sat 17 March.

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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