The Home Office has set up a service to assist those with passport, visa or immigration issues resulting from last week’s fire. Individuals must leave their details with the passport office by calling 0300 222 0000. A specialist team will then call back within the hour to answer any queries.


Please can anyone needing burial support contact us -muslim and non muslim – both are to be taken care of compassionately and with all expenses covered.


Zakat foundation can provide financial and other assistance to those affected regardless of religion/non-religion.

To speak to someone, please call 03333 123 123 and follow the extensions
1 – New or existing application for Zakat
2 – Assistance calculating Zakat
3 – Pay Zakat or make a donation
4 – Zakat Centre in London

Or call Umar Malik on 0208 9021180, 07952407497


DWP have confirmed today that they will not seek to recoup benefits from the Emergency Payments, but we are waiting for written confirmation that the emergency payments will not be taken into account when assessing eligibility for the means tested benefits the DWP pay – we had a verbal assurance of this on 19 June.


A post-mortem is carried out in order to establish a person’s medical cause of death. They are carried out by pathologists who are specialist doctors. The pathologist will ordinarily be instructed by the Coroner.

Families and loved-ones can ask the Coroner to be told when and where a post-mortem is to be carried out. If you ask then you have the right to be told. You have the right to then attend the post-mortem, or to have someone attend on your behalf.

You may not wish for a post-mortem to be carried out at all. This could be for any reason, including religious or cultural concerns. Where that is the case you have the right to tell the Coroner, explaining why it is you object. The Coroner must then consider your concerns. Ultimately the decision will be for the Coroner to make and he or she may act against your wishes.

If no post-mortem is carried out then a person’s cause of death may never be known.

If you are unhappy with any decision a Coroner makes, including about a post-mortem, then it may be possible to challenge that decision. Such a challenge would most likely need to be brought by way of something called judicial review. That would involve a judge or judges in the High Court considering whether the decision had been lawfully made.

If you have any concerns at all about the issue of post-mortems then you should obtain legal advice.


Please call 0800 0234 650, you will get through to a health professional as your first point of contact. Mention Grenfell fire.

If you are deaf or have a hearing impairment then we would be happy to talk to you using TypeTalk: 18001 0800 0234 650. If you would like to talk to us in another language, we can organise a telephone interpreting service when you call.

Single Point of Access – North West London Adult Community Mental Health Services


Residents’ Meeting at the North Kensington Law Centre 6.30pm today. Please come along if you are a local resident who has been affected by the tragedy at Grendel Tower, and to learn more about your legal rights and how we can help. North Kensington Law Centre, Unit 15, Baseline Studios, Whitchurch Road. London W11 4AT.