Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation will be stripped of role after accusations of ignoring complaints and poor response to disaster
Kensington and Chelsea council has voted to terminate its contract with the the body responsible for managing Grenfell Tower and find new management for its housing stock. The Conservative-led authority in west London passed the motion to end the arrangement with Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation unanimously at a meeting on Wednesday evening.
KCTMO had faced accusations that it breached its duty of care by ignoring residents’ complaints and failing to carry out repairs, and over its response to the fire in June. Theresa May announced in August that it would be stripped of responsibility for the estate surrounding the tower.