Work has begun on pulling down a house in Derby where six children were killed in a house fire.
Plans to create a memorial garden on the site of the former home of the Philpott family have been shelved,with plans for new houses instead.
A celebration of the six Philpott children who died in a Derby house fire will take place on the first anniversary of their deaths.
A report has found the deaths of Mick and Mairead's six children in a house fire the couple deliberately started themselves could not have been "predicted or prevented."
But Bernadette Philpott, the younger sister of Mairead, told ITV News' Paul Davies that things may have been different if it had been known earlier that Mick Philpott had a record for stabbing a former girlfriend.
Derbyshire Police have released a statement following the serious case review into the deaths of the six Philpott children, in May 2012.
Detective Superintendent, Andy Stokes, head of public protection, said:
“The death of any child is extremely tragic but this case was particularly distressing for the families involved, the community and the officers and staff who formed the investigation team...
... The serious case review recommends that front line officers are reminded of the need to document the details of all children at an address when they attend domestic violence incidents and to consider the welfare of the children...
... This recommendation has been carried out as part of a wider programme to raise awareness of safeguarding issues across the force and all officers will be regularly reminded of the lessons highlighted in this and other serious case reviews.”
A serious case review has found the deaths of six Philpott children in a house fire started by their parents "could not have been predicted or prevented".
Jade Philpott and her brothers John, Jack, Jesse, Jayden and Duwayne died in the blaze in Derby, in April 2012.
Derby Safeguarding Children Board, which carried out the report, found that while various professionals who had contact with the family could not have foreseen the fire, there were chances to get to know the family better.
A statement from the Philpott serious case review board said:
The board concludes that the tragic deaths of the children could not have been predicted or prevented.
However, given the notoriety of the father, the incidents of domestic abuse and visibility of the children, there were some opportunities to get to know the family better although this would not have led to professionals becoming aware that there were plans to deliberately set fire to the house when the children were sleeping.
The deaths of the six Philpott children in a house fire started by their parents "could not have been predicted or prevented", a serious case review has found.
The report carried out by the Derby Safeguarding Children Board in the aftermath of the tragedy found that while various professionals who had contact with the family could not have foreseen the fire, there were chances to get to know the family better.
Police have advised a charity set up to raise money in memory of the Philpott children to close.
The news comes after a man was questioned regarding allegations connected to the fund. No charges were brought.
– Derbyshire Police Statement
The man has been advised against further fund-raising in the name of Duwayne, Jade, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden Philpott. Fundraisers will now discuss what to do with the money in the account and will inform police when it is dispersed and who has benefitted from it.
Derbyshire Police have confirmed that a man connected to a charity set up to raise money in memory of the Philpott children has been questioned about allegations connected to the fund.
No arrests have been made and the man was said to have co-operated fully with police inquiries. Police say there have been no charges or evidence of any wrongdoing.
The man has been advised against further fundraising in the name of Duwayne, Jade, John, Jack, Jesse and Jayden Philpott.
The Derbyshire house formerly owned by Mick Philpott has been razed to the ground.
The fire-ravaged home was pulled down after the blaze which killed all six of the man's children.
Parents Mick and Mairead Philpott were jailed in April, with friend Paul Mosley, after being found to have started the petrol-fuelled fire.
The three were convicted of killing the couple's six children.
More housing will be built on the site following the work.
The house in Derby where six children died in a house fire is being demolished. The demolition has been underway for nearly three hours this morning, after workmen spent the last week preparing the house for its destruction.
Parents Mick and Mairead Philpott have been jailed for their childrens' murders.