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Southwark residents to discuss fire safety concerns at public meeting following Grenfell Tower blaze

A public meeting has been organised to address residents’ concerns about fire safety in Southwark following the Grenfell Tower blaze.

The council is working with colleagues in the fire service to hold a series of meetings.

The first of these will take place at 7pm on Monday, June 26, at the Old Kent Road fire station, 405 Old Kent Road.

All are welcome but arrive early to secure a place.

A second meeting is being planned for a later date and the details will be released as soon as they are confirmed.

Any council tenants with the fridge freezer model Hotpoint Fridge Freezer FF175BP which was implicated in the Grenfell Tower fire are advised to email the council at firesafetyconcerns@southwark.gov.uk

The council will work with residents in their blocks to test the fridge and discuss the next steps.

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