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Change a registered company address: all limited companies are required to have their details filed through Companies House, and this record must include a valid address for the business. In the case of companies with multiple locations, this is likely to be a head office or headquarters. For home based companies, an alternative address might be used for security and privacy reasons. When a move occurs or when your details change, you will need to update your details on the official register. In order to change your registered company address, you need to file a request with Companies House. The address you choose should be a legitimate premises to which you have access, and is likely to be where your own records are held. To learn more about address changes or for help with your request, contact the company formation specialists here at Coddan.
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We are charging £25.00 for the company registered address change if you have the web-filing code, and want to use one of our addresses in London (£50.00) Edinburgh (£75.00) or Belfast (£75.00) as your new company' registered office address. For additional £25.00 we provide full legal support for the address change of your company, preparing the draft minutes from members' meetings, the consent to short notice for the extraordinary general meeting (EGM), the minutes of the EGM, and the proxy voting form.
Companies change location all the time, and when they do, they have a duty to inform the relevant authorities so they can update the office address at which the company is officially registered.
Companies House rules stipulate that the new office address must, however, be in the same legal jurisdiction of the country that the company was initially incorporated in. That means if your company was registered in Scotland, the new address must be there, and it's the same for England and Wales, as well as Northern Ireland.
Once the change has been reported to Companies House, using its official documentation and within 14 days of a move to the new premises, they will then inform other authorities, such as HM Revenue & Customs for your tax affairs, so there's no need to do so separately. If your contact details also change, these too must be reported.
If you want to change the legal address of your company, contact Coddan and get the professional advice you need to do it the right way. Our friendly business consultants are available to answer all your questions.
Every company listed by Companies House has to declare a registered address. This address is the place where the company records are kept, and where those records can be made available for public scrutiny. It is also the address that Companies House and HMRC will use to send to legal notices and other important communications.
As a company owner or director, you are responsible for keeping Companies House informed, and you are required to notify them within 14 days of any changes to the company's registered address. But if you are in the middle of relocating to new premises, it can be easy to overlook this important paperwork. You may not be sure which form to use and how to deal with it correctly.
To take the stress and complication out of changing your registered company address, why not speak to the professionals? Coddan Ltd's expertise and experience in the field of corporate services means that we can handle all of your Companies House notifications.
Has your company address recently changed? Whether you are upgrading to a larger premises, adding a new head office or switching to home based account management, there are times when companies need to make changes to their registered addresses.
Changing your address as a limited company is a little more complicated than it would be for an unregistered firm. As a limited company, all of your information is tied to your name and under this name, you are permitted to trade within this country.
In order to make a change to your company's address, you need to file an official request with registrants Companies House who are in charge of maintaining all limited companies' details. This can be a complicated and time-consuming experience.
If you trust the task to the experts at Coddan, you can be sure that the address change is processed correctly and registered with all appropriate agencies. You get support at every stage, including help choosing an alternative address and information regarding your change of details.
A company that is listed with Companies House has to fulfil many legal duties. One of the most important is the obligation to keep statutory registers and to make them available for scrutiny whenever this is required. The registers have to be kept up to date and must be stored at the company’s registered office.
So what records do you need to keep? The Register of Members contains a range of information relating to the company's shareholders, and the Register of Directors is a record of the particulars of each of the company's directors. Companies are also required to keep a Register of Secretaries, a Register of Charges and, since 2015, a Register of Persons with Significant Control.
The rules governing these registers were updated both by the Companies Act of 2006 and the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act of 2015, so if you are uncertain about your company's responsibilities in the area of statutory registers, it can be helpful to talk to a professional advisor.