Grenfell Tower survivors to be rehomed in flats on luxury development

The Government has acquired 68 apartments of various sizes with the intention of permanently rehousing numerous Grenfell Tower residents made homeless by the catastrophic blaze, the Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said.

"The residents of Grenfell Tower have been through some of the most harrowing and traumatic experiences imaginable and it is our duty to support them", Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said in the statement.

The homes will be in two affordable housing blocks at the site, and were purchased by the City of London Corporation in a deal brokered by the Homes and Communities Agency (HCA).

Survivors of the Grenfell Tower fire are to be given permanent homes in a luxury apartment block nearing completion at High Street Kensington, London.

Each home will give residents the use of a gym, swimming pool and spa area, cinema and the 24-hour concierge.

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People made homeless by the devastating fire that ripped through Grenfell Tower last week are set to move into 68 flats in Kensington.

A spokesman for the HCA says they stood "ready to help all those affected by this bad incident".

The "expectation is that these new properties will be offered as one of the options to permanently rehouse residents from Grenfell Tower", the Department for Communities and Local Government (DCLG) said.

There has been a lot of anger over the official response to the deadly blaze from survivors and victims' families.

After confirming a public inquiry into the blaze, plans for an independent public advocate to help bereaved families after major disasters were announced in the Queen's Speech.

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Tony Pidgley, the Berkeley Group chairman, said: "We've got to start by finding each of them a home".

Local authorities believe that the number of dead may yet rise, and that some of the victims may never be identified.

The decision follows calls from Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn to requisition vacant housing in the borough to rehome survivors of the fire.

In line with Prime Minister Theresa May's commitment to providing additional government resources to strengthen response efforts on the ground, five government departments dispatched staff to the Grenfell Fire Response Team working in the incident area. Like everyone else, the council has been grief-stricken by the tragedy of the Grenfell Tower fire and has sought to provide the greatest level of support we can to victims.

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