It is believed that up to 600 people were in the 120 one- and two-bedroom flats of the block at the time of the fire. Sixty-five were rescued by firefighters.
79 people have died after the large fire that engulfed the 27-floor Grenfell Tower in London.
Forensic scientists will work to establish a point of origin for the devastating fire.
Today House of Lords are discussing the issues that need to be raised in the inquiry.
A residents action group added it had repeatedly warned Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (KCTMO,) which manages the social housing block, and the council, which owns the building.
London artists and communities unite in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy pic.twitter.com/4rWbA6X0Ca— ITV News (@itvnews) June 15, 2017