Homes for All stands in solidarity with Grenfell on 14th June

Four Years and still no justice or change

Grenfell United called a silent march on the day and in an incredibly moving display of solidarity and anger, people across the country came together for vigils and protests to stand with the bereaved and survivors and to remember the 72 lost lives.

A common theme of the protests was that the real perpetrators of social murder are getting away with it, but innocent people remain trapped in unsafe homes and in some cases forced to pay thousands to make their own buildings safe. There is no reason to suppose that another Grenfell tragedy will be avoided. It is only a matter of time.

At Homes for All we are proud to be part of the continuing fight for justice for Grenfell and the struggle to make all housing safe, without the huge financial costs being passed on to the leaseholders, and in some cases, the tenants. The Grenfell fire was the result of a thoroughly corrupt system of housing in this country, where the profits of construction firms, manufacturers, developers and landlords are the main priority, safety comes a poor second and the government ensures they keep getting away with it through a totally inadequate regulatory regime.

We owe a debt of gratitude to the Grenfell community for fighting to get these facts into the open. We will fight on.

Media coverage

BBC News on End Our Cladding Scandal YouTube – with Ed Daffarn and New Providence Wharf

BBC London News with Nabil Choucair, bereaved and Moyra Samuels (Homes for All / Grenfell Campaigner)

Firefighters honour guard, Grenfell

Local vigils and protests

Haringey, North London
Barking, London
Milton Keynes
Southwark, London
Tower Hamlets, London