Stoll actively contributes to discussions on Veterans’ policy issues, both independently and as part of the Cobseo Housing Cluster.
Tackling homelessness together (May 2019)
In February the Government opened a consultation seeking views on structures that support partnership working and accountability in homelessness services.
Stoll submitted a response on behalf of the Cobseo Housing Cluster that can be read here.
Improving access to social housing for members of the Armed Forces, Veterans and their families (March 2019)
In January James Brokenshire MP, Secretary of State for Housing, Communities and Local Government, announced plans to give former service personnel suffering from PTSD or other mental illnesses the right priority for social housing.
Stoll’s response, on behalf of the Cobseo Housing Cluster, can be read here.
Strategy for our Veterans (Feb 2019)
In November 2018 the UK government set out its strategy to continue to empower and support Veterans. Stoll CEO Ed Tytherleigh submitted a response on behalf of Cobseo Housing Cluster proposing solutions to some of the biggest barriers to housing vulnerable Veterans.
The Cobseo Housing Cluster’s Pro Forma of housing issues for Veterans that we believe should be a priority for this Government can be found here.