Hudgell Solicitors are instructed by 14 Grenfell Tower fire victims and are representing them at the independent public inquiry.
The inquiry chair, Sir Martin Moore-Bick and his team are currently gathering and considering relevant evidence.
All relevant evidence will be shared with Core Participants, who are entitled to participate in the inquiry by suggesting lines of questioning to be pursued.
On Monday 21 May the inquiry will hear ‘pen portraits’ to commemorate those who died in the fire. The first evidential hearings with witnesses will take place on Monday 4 June.
At the end of the inquiry the chair will prepare a report for the Prime Minister, which will later be published and sent to Parliament.
For more info visit the Inquiry website https://www.grenfelltowerinquiry.org.uk/