Organisations > Housing

This listing aims to give an overview of housing services available to those affected by the Grenfell Tower disaster. This could include: housing options and help available; organisations and businesses providing free accommodation; charities helping with finding suitable housing; legal help over housing; official housing channels.
A membership organisation of practitioners whose paid role (mostly working for local authorities) is to help bring empty property into use for housing. Promotes best practice an argues for changes of policy around empty homes.
We are the residents of Lancaster West estate, that Grenfell Tower is part of. Campaigning for the wellbeing of those affected by the fire. WHO ARE WE We are residents of the Lancaster West Estate, that surrounds Grenfell tower and that the tower is part of. We are organising collectively to ensure our voices are …
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 …
The ‘Care for Grenfell’ team has been set up to talk to any residents that have been affected by the Grenfell Tower fire who feel that their concerns or requests have not been fully answered. If people do have any questions or concerns that they feel haven’t been met, please call 020 7745 6414 or …
A dedicated support service for ALL those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire, including evacuees from surrounding areas. Call the GMRU (020 3670 6004) for support with cash grants, supplies, therapists/doctors/translators, legal help, meals, emergency accommodation and burials. August 2017: Release of grants to former residents of Grenfell Tower [PDF].
The Grenfell Response Team led by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea supports people affected by the tragedy at Grenfell Tower by providing information about financial help, housing, health and other services available to residents. We recognise the important role the community has played in responding to this tragedy and we look forward to …
Working to defend and serve the Lancaster West community. Before the fire that claimed so many innocent lives it was widely believed among Grenfell Tower residents, a belief that still persists among survivors of the disaster, that the cladding had been installed not merely, or even primarily, for the benefit of Grenfell residents, but to …
The British Red Cross has launched an appeal to raise money to help people affected by the Grenfell Tower fire in west London. The London Fire Relief Fund will support those who have been left injured, bereaved, or homeless by this tragedy. Money will be given to people affected by the fire, including those who …
*From 20 July 2017, the Grenfell Assistance Centre is at The Curve, 10 Bard Road, W10 6TP* This was previously hosted by the Westway Sports and Fitness Centre (13 June to 19 July). It offered a range of support services available including: housing needs, emergency funds, health, social care services, experienced volunteers from the Red Cross …
The Rugby Portobello Trust (RPT) is a children’s and youth charity based in North Kensington, that has a long history of working individually with young people to help them get the skills they need to sustain an independent and self-sufficient lifestyle. It has been a been a key centre for volunteer coordination in W11 and …