Grenfell Tower news and support

KCSC continues to express its deepest sympathy with all those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire.

We will be posting regular news updates and links to key information on our website together with appropriate links.

You can click on the button below to acces the Grenfell Voluntary Sector Service Directory. 



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Grenfell Tower News

Thu 20/07/2017

The online edition of the Grenfell Voluntary Sector Service Directory is now available

Thu 01/03/2018

New Look Grenfell Scrutiny, The North Kensington Drop-In Event.

Wednesday 21 March from 3 to 8pm at the Museum of Brands on Lancaster Road, W11 1QT. 

Mon 12/02/2018

The Grenfell Tower Inquiry has today published an update on its website, alongside a protocol which details the approach it will take to support vulnerable witnesses. These can be viewed here.


Wed 31/01/2018

Local charities Rugby Portobello and The ClementJames Centre have contributed to a Charity Commission working group set up as a response to the multiple tragic events that took place in the UK last year including the Grenfell Tower fire and the terrorist attacks in Westminster, Manchester, Finsbury Park and London Bridge.


Tue 30/01/2018

A list is now available on the activities that have been funded in Phase 2 of this fund.

Fri 26/01/2018

Please take part in this consultation as the initial steps in urging the entire charity sector and its stakeholders to collectively address the issue of low pay and disparities

Tue 16/01/2018

Notification of the next Grenfell Recovery Scrutiny Committee.

Thursday January 18th, 6.30pm onwards,

Notting Hill Methodist Church

240 Lancaster Road, W11 4AH

Thu 04/01/2018

Residents of Lancaster West Estate are invited to attend a workshop to consider the redesign of the Estate in the wake of the Fire. The Lancaster West Newsletter has details of the event here.

Tue 02/01/2018

On late on Friday the 22nd of December, Michael Clarke on behalf of the Council posted two notable documents that offer support for those in need and guidance to those seeking rehousing who are affected by the Grenfell Fire. The Coucncil says they " have produced a handbook for residents setting out how support, financial assistance and rehousing work; and an A-Z of support services commissioned by the Council."

Thu 21/12/2017

Right now there is a deluge of consultation and engagement initiatives. This is just a snap shot, if you know of anymore please share with