- Coronavirus (COVID-19)
- COVID-19: Clinically vulnerable people (formerly shielding)
- COVID-19: Support with food and other essentials
- COVID-19: Support for businesses and the self-employed
- COVID-19: Guidance for reopening your business
- COVID-19: Volunteering and how you can help the community
- COVID-19: Domestic abuse support
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- COVID-19: Births, deaths and registrar services
- COVID-19: Children, Education and School closures
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- COVID-19: Faith group updates
- COVID-19: Planning and Building Control
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Information and support with Grenfell Response and Recovery
Re-wrapping of Grenfell Tower
In response to Government advice on the Covid-19 pandemic, MHCLG has paused the re-wrapping of Grenfell Tower to avoid non-essential staff going on-site or using public transport. The re-wrapping progressed well in March, and the remaining ‘older’ wrapping on the lower floors is in good condition. MHCLG do not believe pausing re-wrapping is a cause for concern.
Environmental checks of the air and soil around Grenfell Tower MHCLG were undertaking environmental checks around the Grenfell Tower site. The checks are a two-stage programme investigating possible land contamination around the site and identify any potential risk to health. Stage 1 found that levels of chemicals in the soil with those generally found in London. Additionally, MHCLG has been undertaking air quality monitoring since June 2017 and hasn’t found any cause for concern.
These processes are being reviewed to identify when they can safely continue this monitoring in response to advice surrounding Covid-19 from the Government.
Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission
Community events to discuss a Grenfell Tower Memorial were underway in February 2020, this work will continue safely during this period. Those looking to find out more can do so by contacting the Grenfell Tower Memorial Commission by email GTMCSecretariat@communities.gov.uk or by phone 0303 444 4831.
Garage access around Grenfell Tower
Garage access from Grenfell Road, Testerton Road and Hurstway Road will be restricted for vehicles until further notice. Garages outside of the site cordon on Testerton Road and Hurstway Road can still be accessed by foot. If this restriction affects you, the site team can provide more information.
Information and support
For the site management team, email GrenfellTowerSite@communities.gov.uk or call 0303 444 0011.
For the environmental checks team, email email@example.com or call 0303 444 9086
If you’re anxious or need to talk to someone about an issue related to Grenfell, call the Grenfell Health and Wellbeing Service on 020 8637 6279 or email firstname.lastname@example.org