Stoll rejects Mail on Sunday falsehood
Ed Tytherleigh, Chief Executive of Stoll, said:
“The Mail on Sunday’s assertion that we dropped our opposition to Chelsea Football Club’s plans to redevelop its stadium after receiving a payment from the Club is categorically untrue.
Stoll and Chelsea have been neighbours for 100 years and we are pleased to have been working with Chelsea Football Club to progress our own much-needed redevelopment of our Fulham site. It has been a collaborative process. This opportunity would provide state-of-the-art brand new homes for the residents of Sir Oswald Stoll Mansions – and enable us to extend the Stoll offer of housing and support to hundreds of additional Veterans in the future. It will have a transformational impact.
In January 2018 we published our proposals and asked tenants for their views in a formal consultation – the vast majority of Stoll Veterans supported the proposals. Read more here. https://www.stoll.org.uk/residents/tenant-consultation/
We have kept some flats free on the Estate so that some of our existing tenants could be rehoused in a different part of the site during building work. This is standard practice when redeveloping sites as it minimises the disruption to existing tenants and avoids the need for people to move off the site altogether.”