Grenfell Recovery Taskforce

The independent Grenfell Recovery Taskforce has been set up as a non-statutory intervention to make sure that the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea council is able to deal with the long-term recovery from the Grenfell Tower fire.

[From gov.uk website]

Functions and remit of the Taskforce. The Taskforce will support the Council to put in place the capacity, capability, and governance to deliver recovery. The remit of the Taskforce includes:

  • HOUSING: ensuring that Council Housing management and services across the borough are on a sound footing to support the re-housing of survivors; addressing weaknesses in the Tenant Management Organisation
  • COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT: ensuring there is effective and timely engagement with the community from the Council about their plans for recovery
  • CROSS CUTTING SUPPORT: making sure that the Council has the right arrangements in place to provide intensive cross cutting support to those affected by the fire
  • GOVERNANCE: making sure that governance arrangements across the Council are appropriate to deal with the on-going challenge that recovery will present
  • THE SITE: ensuring that a long term plan for the site is in place that has been developed with central Government, the Greater London Authority and above all the community.
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