The UK charity was established in 1916 to provide comfortable and affordable homes for Servicemen injured in World War I and their families. Today, Stoll provides accommodation and rehabilitative support to vulnerable and disabled ex-service men and women helping to integrate them back into civilian life.
Over recent years Proctor and Matthews has designed a number of specialist housing schemes for people with complex needs including the RIBA Award winning development Hargood Close - a supported housing development in Colchester for the homeless. The accommodation was specifically designed to facilitate the rehabilitation of vulnerable people and to help integrate those previously homeless back into the local community. Other projects include Felmongers in Harlow which provides accommodation for adults with autism and the Epping Way support centre for children leaving care.
Director Stephen Proctor said: "We are pleased to be appointed to the Stoll Foundation Panel for Architects and look forward to working with Stoll to assist in the design and delivery of much needed supportive environments for vulnerable ex-service personnel over the coming years."