ASAP Agent Members

Provide Apartments are pleased to confirm that we are members of the Association of Serviced Apartment Providers.

The agency’s new relationship with the ASAP is an exciting development; cementing its position as a quality provider of furnished apartments for short and long term corporate stays.  The ASAP recently introduced a quality assessment programme to ensure its operators remain compliant with core legal, health and safety practices whilst providing an industry standard for serviced accommodation.  

Ross from Provide is pleased with the membership and feels strongly regarding the quality and standards of the sector. “The ASAP are committed to the growth of the sector and have established service quality standards which we know can provide peace of mind for our new and existing clients,” 

The Association of Serviced Apartment Providers

Background Information

ASAP: Association of Serviced Apartment Providers is the trade association for the UK serviced apartment sector. Our 124 members own and operate over 20,000 properties throughout the UK, Ireland and Europe. Our membership also includes 15 serviced apartment agencies committed to supporting and growing the sector. Our industry generates annual revenues of £600 million, and we sell three million accommodation nights each year. We provide employment to many thousands of people and our staffing costs are in the region of £70 million, many of which are low paid jobs. Founded in 2002, our members range from large international companies to small independent operators so represent the full cross-section of the industry.

ISAAP: International Serviced Apartment Accreditation Programme is the first ever global accreditation programme developed for the international serviced apartment industry by the UK’s Association of Serviced Apartment Providers (ASAP).
(Information provided by ASAP , July 2015)

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