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Quickline Refreshes Brand, Moves HQ and Set to Double Staff

Monday, May 23rd, 2022 (4:14 pm) - Score 1,200
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UK ISP Quickline, which runs a mix of Full Fibre (FTTP) and Fixed Wireless (FWA) broadband networks across parts of Lincolnshire, Lancashire and Yorkshire, has refreshed their branding, moved their HQ to East Yorkshire and confirmed that their workforce will double again to 200 (it’s already doubled to 100 in the last six months).

The changes come almost a year after Northleaf Capital Partners acquired a majority stake in the business, while also supporting their plan to invest £500m on a deployment of “ultrafast and gigabit-capable broadband” connectivity across rural North England and beyond (here).

The extra investment has clearly been fuelling their future ambition to cover over 500,000 premises in UK rural areas via a mix of FTTP and FWA. As a result, they’ve rapidly outgrown their old offices in Hessle and have thus started work to transform The Mills site in Willerby into their new home.

Sean Royce, CEO of Quickline, said:

“It is an essential move on our part and a huge expansion which will also allow us to manage our next recruitment phase. We’ve already doubled the number of staff we have to 100 and we expect to double that again very quickly to 200. We simply don’t fit where we are anymore.

The search for the right property has been complex and we are delighted to say that Albion Mills fits the bill perfectly. Whilst our team is located all over Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, the majority are based in and around Hull so we needed it to be easy to get to and close enough to local amenities.

Our people are important to us and we want a happy work force. We want them to continue to work from home when they choose to, but also to have a dedicated workspace where they can collaborate, create solutions together and build strong relationships.”

The new headquarters is expected to be ready by August. Now all we need is a bit more detail about their rollout plan.

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By Mark Jackson
Mark is a professional technology writer, IT consultant and computer engineer from Dorset (England), he also founded ISPreview in 1999 and enjoys analysing the latest telecoms and broadband developments. Find me on Twitter, , Facebook and Linkedin.
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  1. David says:

    What happened to Quickline’s other business called Quickfire that seemed to be focusing on providing FTTP via Cityfibre? Their website Quickfire.info quietly stopped working several months ago.

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