Monthly Archives: October 2018

Fuel Poverty Action – An Open Letter to the Secretary of State

Sixteen months after the Grenfell fire, on Wednesday 17 October, 50 people stood together in the the rain, outside of the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government, to deliver an Open Letter that demanded safe and warm tower block … Continue reading

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The Cladding Controversy – Back Stabbing And Dirty Tricks

The RIBA statement in the appendix to this blog is indirectly related to a convoluted train of events which has had profound repercussions for me and involved a deliberate process of victimisation which I bitterly resent.  Today’s blog will, therefore, … Continue reading

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KCC APOLOGISES FOR WORNINGTON SALE

  Sale of College’s Wornington Road site in 2016 ‘plainly wrong’ and not in the interests of its local community Sale process characterised by management failings and poor governance Negotiations with Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea underway to determine … Continue reading

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The Grenfell Tower Atrocity by Gordon MacLeod

The Grenfell Tower Atrocity: Exposing urban worlds of inequality, injustice, and an impaired democracy The fire that erupted in Grenfell Tower in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea in west London on 14 June 2017 is widely acknowledged to … Continue reading

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THE FIREFIGHTER

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FLAMMABLE CLADDING – NO UNIVERSAL BAN

Flammable cladding will not be banned from existing buildings, Tory Housing Secretary James Brokenshire announced at the Conservative Party conference this week. This is despite the Fire Brigades Union (FBU), survivors from the Grenfell Tower fire and the Royal Institute … Continue reading

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