Global IT issues affecting online forms and systems

We are currently impacted by the global IT issues. As a result, a number of systems are affected including the majority of our online forms. We apologise for any inconvenience caused.

Marie Curie

Southwark Council’s most important commitment to our residents is that we will do everything in our power to keep them safe in their homes. Unfortunately, sometimes this means giving residents bad news. On 26 May 2021, we had to inform residents in Marie Curie block in Camberwell, that they needed to move out of Marie Curie while we carry out major essential works, including fire safety improvements to their homes and block. The residents could choose whether to move permanently or temporarily from Marie Curie.

This follows intrusive investigations carried out since late last year, when the smell of smoke was reported travelling between flats. At that point, the council in consultation with the London Fire Brigade introduced additional fire safety measures including fire wardens and communal alarms. We've kept residents updated ever since. The block remains safe, thanks to the extra measures we introduced.

Find more information in the document below:

Page last updated: 08 March 2023


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