Our address may be used by HMRC and Companies House as the official registered office address for your company. Companies House will display our address in the public register.
The registered office service includes the forwarding of government mail. HM Revenue and Customs and Companies House will always write to the registered office address.
Companies House will post reminders to the company that documents need to be filed. This includes the AR01 Annual Return reminder notice. Once a year the company is required to file the annual return to confirm or update the register at Companies House. The accounts reminder is also sent to the registered office address. It is the responsibility of the company directors to file a set of accounts at Companies House every year. Companies House send a reminder to the registered office that the accounts are due as a courtesy. It is not their legal responsibility to remind directors that accounts are due. Company directors should be aware of the accounting responsibilities and file accounts in time. If a reminder notice were to get lost in the post a late filing penalty may be issued if accounts are not filed by the due date.
If your company records are not correctly recorded at Companies House they may also send correspondence to the registered office
HM Revenue and Customs contact companies via the registered office within a few days of a company being formed. Form CT41G is posted to the registered address requesting information about the company’s trading intentions. Corporation Tax notices, reminders and penalties will also be sent to registered office.
We will forward any mail received by these two organisations to your preferred address.
In addition to this our offices are all genuine, manned office locations. If a legal notice is served against your company then we will be available to accept this mail and forward it to you. Legal notices are often hand delivered.
Whilst we are pleased to forward your government mail under the registered office service we do not forward any general business correspondence. Any communications from suppliers, customers, banks, and other commercial organisations should be directed to an alternative address unless a full mail forwarding service is ordered.