The Grenfell Tower in London, where a deadly fire broke out more than four years ago, is facing the plain. Thats what The Sunday Times advice building experts hired by the government. The building would pose a danger to the area, such as a nearby school.
It is expected to be announced this month that the 23-storey tower block will be demolished. According to the experts, who are “unambiguous and unanimous” in favour of this, that must be done carefully.
Government employees are also said to have told a number of survivors and survivors that a decision falls this month. They would have assured them that if the building is demolished, it will not happen before June 2022. Its exactly five years after the fire, which killed 72 people.
Grenfell United, a group of survivors and survivors, says its shocked by the news. They had been told that the government would not make a decision on the building without their advice. They think the property may still play a role in lawsuits. However, they believe that the building should be demolished once, although some of the next of kin have tried to turn it into a vertical forest.
The deadly fire in 2017 was partly caused by flammable material used in the premises covering. Other British buildings similar to the Grenfell Tower had to remove such cover after the fire. That renovation cost an estimated billions of pounds.