This video from London, England says about itself:
OneLoveGrove attends the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Town Hall Protest in response to tragedy at Grenfell Tower. Wednesday 19th July 2017. #Justice4Grenfell #ELNINO #CX4 #OneFamily #OneLoveGrove
From daily The Independent in Britain today:
Exclusive: ‘RBKC are yet again demonstrating how out of touch they are’, says one tenant who says he has been unable to move back home since the tragedy
Hundreds of flats on the Lancaster West Estate that overlook the site of the tragedy were left without basic amenities after June’s fire destroyed centralised gas and water lines under the building.
Urgent repair work was undertaken on the Hurstway, Testerton, Barandon and Grenfell Walkways, but some residents have complained that they are living with intermittent hot water and central heating, eight months on from the fire that killed 71 people.
At least 66 households have not moved back to the estate, while 248 residents are currently occupying flats.
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea (RBKC) officials said they recognised there had been “disruption to services” and outlined a “compensation” scheme for residents until April 2018.
The council noted problems with intercom systems, gas supplies and interruptions to heating and hot water.
An Executive Decision Report from the council also noted additional fire safety works had not yet been completed on the block and access to the estate remained limited. …
“RBKC are yet again demonstrating how out of touch they are,” he told The Independent.
“People are still either living in a crime scene or stuck in hotels, yet RBKC believe that they can resume charges for services that residents are not benefiting from in buildings that are still unsafe and unfit for purpose.
“Perhaps if the heating, hot water and gas were working and, almost eight months since the Grenfell disaster, RBKC could prove to residents that the buildings were safe then some charge could be justified but the situation is the same today as it was the day after the fire.
“The tower hasn’t even been covered so people not only live in the shadow of a crime scene, they are also forced to view the charred remnants of a building in which their friends, family and neighbours horribly perished.”
Samia Badani, leader of Bramley House residents’ association, said a 15 per cent reduction did not reflect the ongoing “trauma” suffered by residents.
“It is clear we are not asking for rent to be withheld because of disrepair – the trauma we suffer compounded by the failure to be evacuated is not reflected in this 15 per cent”, she said. “We are asking for a gesture because we don’t have peaceful enjoyment of our homes.”
It comes after the organisation in charge of Grenfell Tower and its surrounding walkways was forced to hand back control of around 9,000 homes to RBKC after it admitted that it could “no longer guarantee that it can fulfil its obligations”.
Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation was stripped of its contract to maintain social housing following a vote of no confidence from all 25 residents’ associations earlier this year.