It has been two years since the Grenfell Tower fire, in which 72 people died and more than 200 people were left without a home.
Despite a commitment by the government to remove Grenfell-style cladding from hundreds of housing high-rises and bring those responsible for the fire to justice, survivors and campaigners have expressed anger at the slow pace of change.
Graham French appears in indy100 commenting "The survivors and families understand that there are many very complex and technical issues being addressed by the Inquiry and its experts.
But they also believe that there are urgent steps which can, and should, be taken now, including a number of basic fire safety measures in high rise blocks which we say are obvious and do not need further investigation or expert evidence."
Government accused of doing 'absolute bare minimum' in tribute to Grenfell fire victims is available to read on the indy100 website.
Graham is a partner in the property and housing litigation team, specialising in residential and commercial property disputes, landlord & tenant, housing, public law and related contractual disputes. He represents some of the bereaved and survivors alongside a team of Russell-Cooke lawyers who are involved in many aspects of the case including the public inquiry, the inquest and a number of individual personal injury claims.