We know that people affected by the Grenfell tragedy need support in many different ways: this may include support in coping emotionally with the impact of the disaster; practical help sorting out finances or other paperwork; or help ensuring children are settled at school and that childcare is available.
Grenfell Enquiries (formerly Care for Grenfell) and Grenfell Tower Enquiries within the Housing Directorate are merging to create the new combined contact centre or ‘one-stop-shop’ you can call or email to get all kinds of help in relation to the Grenfell tragedy. The staff in Grenfell Enquiries will provide advice and information and if you need it, ask a support worker to get in touch with you to provide a higher level of support. Grenfell Enquiries can also put you in touch with specialist NHS services which can help you cope with the psychological impact of what you have experienced.
The team can give you advice on the following topics:
- Access to financial support
- Support worker
- Planning school transport
- Ensuring food and clothing needs are met
- Linking families to charities and other community support groups
It can also refer you to teams which deal with:
- Care and support needs (including counselling and therapy)
How to get in touch with Grenfell Enquiries
You can contact Grenfell Enquiries 24 hours a day on 020 7745 6414.
We have brought the complaints, compliments and members enquiries processes together to enable shared learning across teams to ensure we improve services for you, the customer.
Complaints about Grenfell will be investigated by the new, dedicated team. The Grenfell Complaints team can be contacted if you wish to formally make an expression of dissatisfaction with a Grenfell-related service, individual providing the service or decision made by the service.
The team can also be contacted if you wish to formally make an expression of satisfaction with a Grenfell-related service, individual providing the service or decision made by the service.
Complaints made against the following Grenfell service areas are dealt with by the team:
- Support Worker
- Assistance services
- Financial payments
- Taxi provision
- Communication errors
- Decisions made on a case as a result of policy (but not challenge the policy itself)
- Repairs (on properties acquired for former Grenfell Tower and Walk residents and those residents covered by the Wider Grenfell Rehousing Policy).
Complaints the team does not deal with
The following complaints will not be dealt with through the Grenfell complaints process if the complaints are against:
- Repairs on Lancaster West Estate
- Issues where legal proceedings have already commenced
- Challenges to policy
- Data breaches
- Not receiving Exceptional priority
- Corporate property
- Councillors/ co-opted members
- School admission decisions
- Statutory Children and Adults
The team will not deal with:
- Subject access requests (SARs)
- Freedom of Information requests (FOIs)
- Complaints older than 12 months
If you need to make a complaint that that is not dealt with through this process, you can still get in touch with the Grenfell Complaints team who will triage it to the relevant team to ensure that the complaint is dealt with appropriately.
The Grenfell Complaints email address is Grenfellcomplaints@rbkc.gov.uk