In the early hours of 14 June 2017, one of the worst fires in London’s modern history ripped through Grenfell Tower in Kensington. As the city woke to the news, there was little that could be done but watch helplessly as the residential block burned. The scale of the devastation, put down in part to the nature of the building’s cladding, was colossal.
Since the tragedy in which 72 people lost their lives, a series of other high-profile fires have occurred across the globe.
Two months after the Grenfell disaster, a serious