Monthly Archives: May 2013

GRENFELL TOWER – FROM BAD TO WORSE

An end may finally be in sight to the mysterious and distressing power surges that have bedevilled Grenfell Tower residents throughout the past month. However, decisive action was only taken yesterday after highly distressed residents descended en masse on the … Continue reading

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MORE TROUBLE AT GRENFELL TOWER

What on earth is going on at Grenfell Tower? We don’t know – and nor it seems does the TMO who are responsible for managing Grenfell Tower. What  we do know is that there have been frequent and continuing power … Continue reading

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GIZ A JOB

Way back in December 2011 when the funding for the KALC Project was approved by the RBKC Cabinet, the then Leader of the Council, Sir Merrick Cockell, made a big song and dance about how the Academy and Leisure Centre … Continue reading

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AN OPEN LETTER – CHESTERTON SQUARE & BROADWOOD TERRACE

An Open Letter: At Chesterton Square and Broadwood Terrace, ‘People count, Homes are precious, Community is essential’. I have been talking to many people on Chesterton Square and Broadwood Terrace about ‘the review’ that is being undertaken. The announcement of … Continue reading

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WHATEVER HAPPENED……AND OTHER STORIES

The Grenfell Action Group has used the Freedom of Information Act 2000 to request access to the Council/TMO minutes that we hope will tell us why the Grenfell Tower refurbishment project has not yet progressed. This follows our recent discovery … Continue reading

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PAGET–BROWN’S RESPONSE

Our recent open letter to the new leader elect of the Council was, of course, emailed to him before we published it on our blog. It received the following very positive response from Councillor Paget-Brown: Thank you so much for … Continue reading

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