The Inquiry has published an update on its work.
This update contains:
● Arrangements for Module 6 and Module 3 closing statements
● Arrangements for resuming monthly community drop-in sessions
● Disclosure figures
● Core Participant figures
● Arrangements for support during hearings
● Contact information
Arrangements for Module 6 and Module 3 Closing Statements
Module 5 began on 20th September 2021. More information on Module 5 can be found here.
Module 3 closing statements will be heard following the conclusion of Module 5. This is currently
expected to be in the week commencing Monday 25 October 2021.
It is currently expected that Module 6 will start no earlier than 28 October 2021. The precise start
date will depend on the progress of Module 5.
Module 6 will be divided into four broad topics:
● Fire Safety Legislation
● Testing and Certification
● The role of central government
The module will commence with opening statements relating to firefighting.
Opening statements relating to the remaining topics will be made after the witnesses relating to
firefighting have completed their evidence. That is currently expected to occur no earlier than the
first week of December 2021.
Confirmed timings for Module 3 closing statements and Module 6 opening statements will be
published in due course.
Monthly community drop-in sessions
Now that the government has removed most of its Covid-19 restrictions, the Inquiry will resume
its monthly community drop-in sessions. These sessions are an opportunity for members of the
local community to learn more about the Inquiry process and to ask any questions that they may
have for members of the Inquiry team.
The details of these sessions are as follows:
● Thursday 28 October, 16:30-18:00, Notting Hill Methodist Church, 240 Lancaster Rd,
London W11 4AH.
● Thursday 25 November, 16:30-18:00, Grenfell Tower Inquiry, 13 Bishop’s Bridge Road,
London, W2 6BU.
● Thursday 22 January, 16:30-18:00, Grenfell Tower Inquiry.
● Thursday 24 February, 16:00-17:30, Bay 20, 71 St Marks Rd, London W10 6JG.
● Thursday 28 April, 16:30-18:00, Grenfell Tower Inquiry.
As before, it is not necessary to book in advance to attend. We would ask all attendees to observe
By 22 September 2021, the Inquiry had disclosed 20,752 documents in Phase 1 and 271,527 in
Phase 2, making a total of 292,279.
Core Participant figures
The full list of the Inquiry's core participants (CPs) is available on the key documents page. Further
information on CPs is covered in our guide, which includes details of the role they play in the
Inquiry and how this differs from being a witness.
The total number of CPs is 642.
Support arrangements during hearings
BSRs and members of the public will be able to get in touch with Hestia directly to access
wellbeing services by contacting 0800 246 5617 between 09:45 and 16:45 Monday to Thursday.
Hestia will provide a range of services including:
● One-to-one telephone or online support sessions that BSRs will be able to book with a
counsellor during the day or at the end of the day’s hearings. Please contact Hestia on
0800 246 5617.
● Drop-in video conference group sessions (twice daily) where BSRs can join a counsellor in
a peer support group to support one another and to air and talk through any feelings or
concerns. These sessions will start and finish with some resilience exercises, for example
paced breathing, grounding and mindfulness exercises and taught resilience tools. For
more information and instructions for joining a group session please contact Hestia on
0800 246 5617.
Counselling support services continue to be available for anyone who wants to talk about their
emotional wellbeing. The NHS Grenfell Outreach Team is available Monday to Thursday from
08:00 to 20:00, and on Friday from 08:00 to 17:00. Their number is 0208 637 6279. More
information, including out of hours contact numbers, can be found on the NHS website.
The Inquiry team can be contacted by telephone on 0800 121 4282 or by email at