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HSA expands team as further growth on the cards

Regional serviced apartments and accommodation specialists Hull Serviced Apartments (HSA)
this week announced that they have further strengthened their management team with the
appointment of former Director of Kingstown Furniture, Terry Allen.
Terry joins the company as ‘General Manager’, having spent the previous 26 years working for
the contract furniture specialist, which closed its doors for the final time earlier this year. During
his tenure there Terry worked his way up through the company, working in a variety of
capacities and roles along the way, before eventually being appointed Operations Director in
This comes at a key time in the growth and evolution of HSA, whose 2019 has already proved an
eventful one, having recently launched their new developments at The Winding House on
Victoria Dock and Endsleigh Park, the former convent and chapel on Beverley High Road, also in
Hull. They are also awaiting on approval for their plans for the re-development of the former
East Hull Baths building.
Of their latest appointment, HSA Managing Director James Ledger said that he was delighted to
be adding someone of Terry’s calibre to their team: “We have expanded a great deal in every
direction over the last year or two, including the number of properties we own and operate, our
cleaning and maintenance teams, the construction projects and property management staff,
right through to our front-line customer service and hospitality team, and it felt like we also
needed some additional experience to help effectively manage this growth and expansion.
Terry’s diverse background in a number of senior roles will be invaluable and help with this
James also hinted that this probably wasn’t the end of their expansion, or recruitment for that
matter: “As well as all of our current projects and properties, we have very ambitious plans for
the coming months and years which will be of benefit to our company, our clients and hopefully
for the city as a whole, and this will almost certainly involve making further additions to our

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