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Statement from the board

The board of Kensington & Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO) welcomes the appointment of Sir Martin Moore-Bick to lead the public inquiry into the tragedy at Grenfell Tower.

The welfare of the residents of KCTMO remains the primary concern of the board. The board is also mindful that KCTMO manages around 10,000 homes.

The board wishes to ensure that KCTMO remains best positioned to fully co-operate and assist with the inquiry and so it has agreed with its chief executive, Robert Black, that Mr Black should step aside from his role as chief executive of KCTMO in order that he can concentrate on assisting with the investigation and inquiry.

In order to ensure that KCTMO can continue to provide services for its other residents, the board has agreed that an interim chief executive should be appointed to carry out this role.

The board has also agreed that KCTMO should focus on the particular needs of its residents in Testerton Walk, Hurstway Walk and Barandon Walk who were evacuated and, working alongside the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, will consult with them to ensure that their wishes are respected regarding the future management of their homes.

June 30, 2017


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