All Mail Package - From only £129.99 per year
Overseas Based Clients£159.99
Overseas Based Clients£144.99
For Companies House & HMRC Mail
Limited companies and limited liability partnerships (LLP's) in the UK are legally required to have a UK registered office. The Company Directors and/or a company secretary (if you have one) are responsible for establishing and maintaining it.
This is the formal and official address of the company but it does not have to be the place where the business trades.
Official Government Agencies such as Companies House and HMRC will always write to a companies official address. The address must be genuine and able to accept mail on behalf of the company.
When an address is found to be ineffective Companies House may take action against the company. If a letter is sent to the registered address it should be accepted. Returned mail may cause Companies House to assume the address is ineffective.
Companies House and HMRC will send notices and reminders which are posted to companies to remind them of their statutory duties. This includes notices to file accounts, annual returns, and to submit tax returns. It is also the address at which legal notices are officially served.
Price includes all Company Directors
This service is ideal if you want to prevent your company Directors Home addresses being put onto various company credit check websites and on the Companies House register, which is available online. You may want to use your registered address, your accountants address etc. for your service address.
It is best to do this either during incorporating your company or as soon as you can after starting your business.
The virtual address can be used for all your day to day business mail
Rather than rent offices or use your own home address as a contact address for your customers, banks or suppliers, you can use our address.
This gives the impression you may be larger and more established than you may currently be, plus it protects your home address from becoming published on the internet or on your company stationery.
Please note that the address can not be used to register company or personal vehicles, DVLA will usually reject such applications. Vehicle Registration letters will be returned to sender.