Change at the Council – a legacy from Grenfell

Closes 31 Dec 2022

Opened 9 Aug 2022


The Grenfell tragedy has forever marked Kensington and Chelsea, our communities and the Council.

Bereaved, survivors and local people have challenged us to make sure that the lessons from Grenfell are never forgotten. We have heard clearly that they want us to use the learning from the tragedy to make Kensington and Chelsea the best council for all residents, and one which is led by its communities.

The Council is committed to meeting this challenge to be the best in light of, and because of, what happened at Grenfell. We have already heard many ideas about this over the past five years, including through the range of consultations that have taken place with the bereaved, survivors and local residents.

However, we think it’s important to give everyone an opportunity to tell us about what this means to them so that together we can build a shared vision for the future, a shared vision of what this might look like.

We have created a range of opportunities for bereaved, survivors and local people to share their views with us and we want to hear from as many people as possible.

 You can:

  • Complete an online survey. This is available in multiple languages.
  • Take part in a one-to-one conversation or a group discussion.

If you are interested in a group discussion or a one-to-one conversation, please email

This conversation is going to be open for a number of months to ensure as many people as possible have the opportunity to get involved. The Council will be running a series of drop-in events and discussion groups. The details for these sessions can be seen below.

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