Grenfell Tower Fire: Plot to Demolish Block Before Blaze Exposed
Royal Borough Of Kensington And Chelsea reveal demolition proposal
Speculation as to whether the Government was planning to demolish the Grenfell Tower block has been exposed on the Royal Borough Of Kensington And Chelsea Website (RBKC).
The proposal for demolition was made back in 2014, which raises questions about suspicion as to why the Tower block would have a demolition proposal despite the fact it was given a refurbishment.
The Smoking gun.
It is now believed that the rapid spread of the fire was down to the cladding, a material banned in both the US and Germany, so a demolition notice prior to the refurbishment will not only raise more questions but adds weight to theories that it was the government's intention to remove the Tower block for new property development.
We now know that there was the flammable cladding, the demolition notice, but also evidence of multiple 'ignored warnings from both residents and fire and safety experts.
One of such fire and safety expert was a man named Arnold Tarling, who broke down during a TV interview as he spoke of the warning he gave three years ago to the huge safety threat the cladding posted tot he residents of Grenfell Tower.
A London blogger and resident at Grenfell Tower also alerted the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea Council to the dangers of Grenfell Tower, only to be threatened and silenced by local officials for the highlighting the building's problems.
Francis O’Connor, who was a member the Grenfell Action Group (GAG), alerted councilors back in 2013 addressing safety issues and the risks the refurbishment works posed.
Accusations that the British media are covering up the true death toll of the Grenfell Tower blaze are not completely unfounded, according to a long-standing resident of a neighboring estate, the 500 residents who are currently unaccounted for are dead.
DJ Isla went viral on Social Media after she claimed that most of her friends and neighbors were nowhere to be seen.
London Police Commander, Stuart Cundy, recent,y confirmed there were 58 people feared dead (which has now risen to 79), but public anger is still simmering due to the lack of transparency of death toll figures.