The body that was responsible for the management of Grenfell Tower has had its contract to maintain social housing in Kensington and Chelsea terminated.
Councillors on Kensington and Chelsea Council unanimously voted to end the contract with Kensington & Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation.
Members said the TMO “no longer has the trust of residents in the borough”.
Council leader Elizabeth Campbell said 20 families affected by the fire are now in permanent accommodation.
She said a further 52 households had accepted an offer in principle.
The TMO, which was established in 1996 to manage almost 10,000 properties in the borough, has been heavily criticised by residents following the fire.
In August, it was stripped of its responsibility for the management of properties in the Lancaster West housing estate, including Grenfell Tower.
However, the council said it would now work with the TMO to bring the whole contract to an end.
Deputy council leader, Kim Taylor-Smith, said the contract would be ended “in an organised fashion”, adding: “We are listening to residents and consulting on how they want their homes and neighbourhoods to be managed in the future.”
He cited a lack of confidence in the organisation’s fire safety record and a unanimous vote of no confidence from 25 residents’ associations.