On the 19 September 2018, Dr Fiona Wilcox, HM Senior Coroner, Inner West London published a Regulation 28 (report to prevent future deaths) regarding the Grenfell Tower fire. The coroner noted eight concerns within the report, requiring action to prevent future deaths. In response, the NHS Chief Executive announced that NHS England would be investing £50m to fund long-term health screening and health support for those affected by the Grenfell Tower fire over the course of five years.

This five-year period of funding is coming to an end, but community feedback and service data tells us that the health needs associated with the Grenfell Tower Fire continue.