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Grenfell Tower Public Inquiry opens 15/09/2017 Labelled as Scrutiny, Tenants

The Public Inquiry into the tragic fire at Grenfell Tower was formally opened on 14 September. In his opening statement, the Chair of the Inquiry Sir Martin Moore-Bick promised it will provide answers to how the disaster could have happened in 21st century London.


No evidence was heard on the first day but, in an opening statement, Sir Martin set out his intention to address the Inquiry in 2 phases.


The first phase will examine how the blaze developed and spread, the response of the emergency services and evacuation of residents.


The second phase will examine how the building became exposed to the risk of such a disastrous fire, the design & modifications of the building, compliance with regulations and whether those regulations were adequate and the response to the disaster by local and central government.


Sir Martin also set out a detailed list of issues and questions on which the Inquiry's investigations will focus.

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