The Grenfell Tower Community Monitoring Project (GTCM Project) is a community-led research project, run by the community for the community. It is particularly aimed at small and under-represented communities. It was set up in the aftermath of the horrific Grenfell Tower fire tragedy, where many innocent lives were sadly lost.
The project monitors the support services that the Council provide in response to the Grenfell Tower Fire disaster. Our overarching aim is to safeguard the well-being of our community, now and in the future, by identifying where these services are falling short of what we need, and getting the Council to put it right.
The main purpose of our project is:
- To hold the Council to account in regard to housing and support services provided to the communities affected by the fire.
The objectives are:
- To monitor the effectiveness of the Council’s rehousing policy for survivors and residents who have been displaced by the fire
- To monitor and evaluate the quality and effectiveness of the support services provided by the Council to residents directly affected by the fire, and to the broader North Kensington Community
- To monitor the impact of these support services for residents with protected characteristics, as defined by the Equality Act 2010
- To monitor the effectiveness of partnership working with community groups, voluntary organisations and statutory organisations
- To monitor the timeliness, effectiveness, and accuracy of the information provided by the Council to residents
If you are interested in joining our project, please click on the contact link and send us a message. We would love to hear from you.