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Latest news from the Grenfell Tower Inquiry

Inquiry appoints assessors

15 November 2017

Three assessors, each with specific experience and expertise felt to be of value to the Inquiry, have been appointed to assist the Chairman. Read more

Update from the Inquiry

15 November 2017

Following a great deal of activity in its first few months, the Inquiry is now able to provide an update on a number of issues. Read more

Drop in sessions to meet the Inquiry team

14 November 2017

The Inquiry will be hosting drop-in sessions at the Latymer Community Church on Thursdays between 4pm-9pm. Read more

Protocol for witness statements

8 November 2017

Inquiry publishes protocol for witness statements. Read more

Update on Core Participants

20 October 2017

An update on the Core Participant application process. Read more

Protocol for the redaction of documents

18 October 2017

Inquiry publishes protocol for the redaction of documents. Read more

Inquiry instructs expert witnesses

12 October 2017

Expert witnesses have been instructed to assist the Inquiry. Read more

Memorandum of understanding with the police

28 September 2017

A memorandum of understanding with the Metropolitan Police Service has been published on the Inquiry's website. Read more

Drop in session to meet the Inquiry team

27 September 2017

On Wednesday 4 October the Inquiry is hosting a drop-in session at the Latymer Community Church.   Read more

Protocol for the receipt and handling of documents

12 September 2017

The Inquiry has uploaded the Protocol for the Receipt and Handling of Documents to the website. Read more

Formal opening of the Inquiry: 14 September 2017

5 September 2017

Sir Martin Moore-Bick will provide an opening statement for the Inquiry on Thursday 14 September 2017, 10.30am at the Connaught Rooms, 61-65 Great Queen St, London WC2B 5DA. Read more

Protocol on Legal Representation at Public Expense

23 August 2017

The Inquiry has released the Protocol Relating to Legal Representation at Public Expense. Read more

Protocol on considering applications for Core Participant status

18 August 2017

The Inquiry has released the protocol for considering applications for Core Participant status. These are due by 8 September. Read more

Drop in session to meet the Inquiry team

17 August 2017

On Thursday 24 August there is a drop-in session for affected individuals, or those who are supporting them, to meet the Inquiry Team to discuss the process of the Inquiry and how it will work. Read more

Information on how to participate in the Inquiry

15 August 2017

How to participate in the Inquiry as a witness or core participant Read more

Prime Minister announces Inquiry Terms of Reference

15 August 2017

The Prime Minister has today announced the terms of reference for the Grenfell Tower Inquiry. Read more

Drop-in sessions to meet the Inquiry Team

9 August 2017

This is an opportunity for affected individuals to meet the Inquiry Team to discuss the process of the Inquiry and how it will work. Read more

Further extension of the consultation on terms of reference to 4 August 2017

19 July 2017

Following feedback from local residents and survivors, Sir Martin Moore-Bick has decided to extend the consultation period by a further week to 4 August 2017. Read more

Consultation meetings on the terms of reference

17 July 2017

Sir Martin Moore-Bick will hold three meetings on the scope of the Inquiry. Read more

Extension of consultation period on terms of reference

11 July 2017

Sir Martin Moore-Bick extends the period for consultation on the terms of reference to 28 July 2017. Read more

Grenfell Tower Inquiry seeks views on its work

5 July 2017

All those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire and others with an interest are today invited to help shape the work of the public Inquiry into the fire. Read more

Sir Martin Moore-Bick appointed Chairman of Grenfell Tower public inquiry

29 June 2017

The Prime Minister, on the recommendation of the Lord Chief Justice, has appointed Sir Martin Moore-Bick as Chairman of the Independent Inquiry into the Grenfell Tower fire. Read more

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