DWF in line for over £1.3m from Kensington and Chelsea Council for advice on Grenfell fire disaster

Council pays out bulk of legal fees to DWF with a small portion going to Wilkin Chapman and Weightmans

DWF is set to be paid more than £1.3m by Kensington and Chelsea Council for advice given in relation to the Grenfell Tower disaster, which resulted in the deaths of 71 people in June last year.

The council’s legal spend is detailed in a report, approved in a council meeting last night (3 April), by the borough’s director of law Tasnim Shawkat.

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