London properties for Veterans available to rent now
Stoll, a leading provider of affordable and high-quality housing to Veterans, has several properties available to rent at three sites in west London:
- short-term lets at Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions, Fulham Broadway, Fulham – available now
- a one-bedroom flat at 5 Banstead Court, 50 Westway, East Acton, London W12 0QH (rent £177.29 per week) – available now
- a property at Countess of Wessex House in Hounslow (available soon).
Banstead Court (above)
Carl Woodhouse, housing services manager at Stoll, says: ‘Secure housing is an essential part of transitioning to civilian life and we are delighted to be able to offer these properties to Veterans who are in need of a home.’
ABOUT THE HOUSING OPTIONS
Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions includes 157 properties on the Fulham Road next door to Chelsea Football Club. A community hall, gym and IT room are all available on site.
Banstead Court, a development of 20 properties in East Acton, is for Veterans with low support needs and is designed for independent living.
Countess of Wessex House is in Hounslow, comprising 36 new homes with level access as standard.
For further information and advice about accommodation options, please contact Stoll’s Housing team as soon as possible by email: Bianca.Birkett@stoll.org.uk or call 020 7385 2110 and speak to Bianca Birkett or Ian Harris.
Stoll provides a unique combination of housing, health and well-being support to vulnerable and disabled ex-Service men and women. It provides safe and secure housing that allows Veterans to live comfortably and independently. As well as providing supported housing, Stoll accesses specialist services to help vulnerable Veterans improve their physical and mental health, and is actively campaigning to stamp out Veterans’ homelessness.
For more information, please visit www.stoll.org.uk
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