A list of spare rooms to house those displaced by the Grenfell Tower fire is being compiled by Kensington and Chelsea Council.
Westway Trust, a charity based in the shadow of the stricken 27-storey tower block , revealed the news in a post on its website.
Hundreds of people will need emergency housing after the block, which contained 120 homes, was engulfed by flames.
Six people have lost their lives , with emergency services saying this figure is expected to rise.
The charity, which looks after the 23 acres of land beneath the A40 Westway, says its Sports and Fitness Centre on Crowthorne Road had been closed and is now being used as a shelter for those affected by the fire.
A spokesman said: “During the day we will be liaising with authorities to understand how we can be of assistance.
“In the coming days we will be supporting the people of North Kensington, our tenants and our service users to help our community as it recovers from this tragedy.”
Other rest centres can be found at Rugby Portobello Trust in Walmer Road and St Clement Church in Treadgold Street.
Kensington and Chelsea Council is asking those who have been made homeless by the fire to call 020 7361 3008.
Leader Nick Paget-Brown said: “This is a terrible day for Kensington and Chelsea and we are doing all we can to support the victims and their families.
“At present all our focus has to be on supporting the rescue and relief operation.
“But the cause of the fire will need to be fully investigated and we will keep people informed.”
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