Plans to shut down the organisation which managed Grenfell Tower have been pushed back amid fears its closure might derail future prosecutions and civil claims.
The Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation (TMO) was stripped of its responsibilities for Grenfell Tower victims following the tragic fire on June 14, which killed around 80 people.
The TMO still manages more than 9,000 properties on behalf of Kensington and Chelsea Borough Council but a unanimous vote in September set out the council's plans to sever ties with the organisation.
TMO members were due to vote on whether to end its agreement with the local authority at the AGM on Tuesday (October 16).
But TMO members passed a motion by more than 80% to delay the meeting and crunch vote for at least 21 days, resident Gordon Futter said.
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