Residential tower in London known for the 14 June 2017 fire
Grenfell Tower is a derelict 24-storey residential tower block in North Kensington in London, England whose remains still stand following a severe fire in June 2017. The tower was completed in 1974, as part of the first phase of the Lancaster West Estate. The tower was named after Grenfell Road, which ran to the south of the building; the road was named after Field Marshal Lord Grenfell, a senior British Army officer.
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