Joseph John, 29, has post-traumatic stress disorder and anxiety after being forced to lift his disabled partner and child through the window of their second-floor Grenfell Tower flat on the night of the disaster, before climbing to safety himself.

But he has been shunted through a series of hotel rooms and temporary flats ever since the blaze.

Russell-Cooke associate Jodie Green, who represents Mr John and other Grenfell survivors, comments in The Evening Standard that race continues to play an important role in housing in the UK.

'It's been a nightmare': Grenfell survivor stuck in temporary housing more than three years on is free to read on the Evening Standard website. Her comments were also featured in an article in Inside Housing.

Jodie is an associate in the property and housing litigation team.

She advises a broad range of clients with housing and property law disputes from assisting clients regarding service charge issues to repairs and major works, section 20 consultation procedure, neighbour disputes, unauthorised alterations, eviction, breaches of lease (such as Airbnb lets), forfeiture proceedings and obtaining injunctions.