We are Grenfell United

We are survivors and bereaved families from the Grenfell Tower fire. We have come together to demand justice and change in memory of 72 of our families and neighbours who died. We are fighting for everyone to be safe in their homes and for justice for our loved ones.

Our Story

Grenfell United formed in the days after Grenfell fire on 14th 2017 - when a group of survivors and bereaved families came together to campaign for justice and change.

Our story

The Issues

We are campaigning for everyone to live in a safe home, for social housing tenants to be treated with dignity and respect and more. Find out about the issues we work on...

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Find out about our latest events, the Silent Walk and opportunities to be involved.

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For nearly 5 years we've remained dignified. We've campaigned for justice for our 72 who no longer have a voice. We've campaigned to ensure another Grenfell never happens again. But now we're changing our tone. We've waited too long. The Grenfell Public Inquiry has uncovered millions of documents, the evidence is staring us in the face, yet no action. There cannot be a two tiered justice system. We need to see criminal charges for those responsible. We #DemandCharges

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Latest news

Grenfell 6th Anniversary: 72 months since 72 lost their lives.

Posted in Events on March 21st, 2023

The 14 June 2023 and the 6th anniversary of the Grenfell Tower Fire will mark 72 months since our 72 loved ones lost their lives. A month for every life lost. This will be our next public event where we will ask members of the public to join us in remembering those we lost and amplify our fight for Justice. Please mark this in your calendar and we will provide more information closer to the time.

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Government announces professionalisation of Social Housing

Posted on February 1st, 2023

We have campaigned for over five years to ensure this Bill is robust and delivers meaningful change for tenants. A part of that has been the professionalisation of social housing. The Government has now announced new legislation to professionalise the sector in what is the biggest reform to professionalisation the sector has seen in its history.

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Social Housing Regulation Bill

Posted on September 30th, 2022

5 years after Grenfell, social housing tenants are still living in squalor. We exist because of a rogue landlord who didn't care for our safety. We are determined to create a legacy for our 72 loved ones, to ensure social housing tenants are treated with dignity and respect. The Social Housing Regulation Bill has the ability to make meaningful change to tenants, but there's still a way to go and we need your help...

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