MHCLG has written out to bereaved, survivors and local residents of Grenfell Tower to feedback from the meetings we held with them over May and June. The letters and additional information include answers to the most commonly asked questions that we received. We will be continuing engagement through July and onwards, and the letter also contains details of how to speak to us directly about the engineering advice we have received and the future of the Tower. We will write out again in September, at which point we expect to be able to communicate the decision that has been reached on the future of the Tower.
The second part of the 2-stage programme of environmental checks to identify any significant contamination as a result of the Grenfell Tower fire has been completed, and the full report is available to view here:
An online community meeting was held on Thursday 8 July to share the results with the community before they were published. A recording of this meeting will soon be made available on gov.uk. There will be further opportunities to meet AECOM, the environmental specialist company who undertook the investigation, at in-person drop-in sessions in July. The details for these are:
Location: Kensington Leisure Centre, Silchester Rd, London W10 6EX
Location: The Clement James Centre (the front garden studio), 95 Sirdar Road, London W11 4EQ
You are welcome to drop in at any point during these times without making a prior appointment.
If you have any queries about accessing the information or the drop-in sessions, please contact the environmental checks team at
The Health Risk Assessment of asbestos air quality monitoring results are now available. You can read more here.