Charred remains of Grenfell Tower to be covered up
Work to cover the charred remains of the Grenfell Tower is to begin next month, the site manager said.
A devastating fire ripped through the 24-storey building in west London on June 14, killing at least 80 people.
The scorched husk of the building will be coated in a protective wrap from mid-August to help forensic investigations and ease the eventual deconstruction of the building which is due to take place "towards the end of 2018".
It comes as the Archbishop of York visits north Kensington on Thursday to attend a memorial for five residents of the tower, 24-year-old artist... read more
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