'Remembering Grenfell: our journey so far'

Mosaic flower on the Memorial wall close to Tower

Our first report, published 16 May, outlines the ideas gathered so far for what a future memorial could look like. This is based on what we've heard from those bereaved by and who survived the tragedy, residents of the Lancaster West Estate that surrounds the Tower, and local North Kensington residents.

'Remembering Grenfell: our journey so far’ captures views from more than 2,000 people who spoke to the Memorial Commission, including around 100 bereaved family members and survivors.

This report tells our story so far – and which is just one of many stories within our incredible community. It marks progress and is a big step towards a memorial. However our work is far from complete. In the coming months, we’ll be reaching out to hear from bereaved families, survivors and members of our community, to hear your views at every step of the way. 

You can read our report here or open the downloadable pdf version below. You can also listen to an audio recording of the report here.

If you would like us to send you a hard copy, please get in touch with us and we'll pop one in the post to you. You can also pick up a copy from several locations in North Kensington, including the Al-Manaar Muslim Cultural Heritage Centre, Baseline Studios, the ClementJames Centre and North Kensington Library.

Translated versions of the report can be found below.

You can share your thoughts about a future memorial by completing our online questionnaire.

Published on
1 August 2022