The Dame is perplexed and it is not often that the dear old thing is baffled by the Council or the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation.
The website of the Kensington and Chelsea Tenant Management Organisation says: "The TMO will scrutinise how the Council is performing with regards to residents' services" whilst the Council consults residents about the future management of the Royal Borough's Council flats.
The Dame remembers the Prime Minister telling Parliament shortly after the Grenfell Tower fire that the TMO was "not fit for purpose."
The Dame also remembers that in December of last year the Tenant Management Organisation admitted that it was no longer able to provide housing management services.
So here's the question....
How can the very same people who presided over the disastrous refurbishment of Grenfell Tower and who ran a housing management company that was "not fit for purpose" scrutinise the actions of those brought in to deal with the mess that the TMO Board and its staff left behind?
The Dame hopes that the tenants on the TMO Board are no longer being paid their so-called monthly expenses' allowance whilst they perform this "scrutiny" of the Council's performance in the direct management of Council housing and the provision of services to tenants.
About fifteen years ago, the Dame heard that the TMO devised an expenses' scheme not quite as generous as the one bestowed on Kensington and Chelsea Councillors but one that enabled those tenants in receipt of means-tested Social Security benefits and Housing Benefit to have their lives made comfortable, courtesy of the Department for Work and Pensions.
When the Grenfell Tower fire broke out, this so-called expenses' scheme bestowed generous monthly allowances in excess of £100 a month on the TMO's Tenant Board Members.
Most strikingly, none of these Tenant Board Members ever incurred £100 a month of expenses in the performance of their official duties.
If the Department for Work and Pensions knew that this expenses' allowance was really a fee for services to the TMO then all those Tenant Board Members would have had their means-tested benefits reduced.
As the Council now has an opportunity to come clean, perhaps Barry Quirk,its Chief Executive, should investigate these payments and tell the DwP the truth.