All companies registered in England and Wales are obliged to have a registered office located in one of those countries. You may use our central Birmingham office as your company's registered address.
Use of our central Birmingham office as your company's official address.
Your Company Name
55 Newhall Street
Drafting the necessary resolutions and filings to inform Companies House of the change in your registered office location.
Forwarding a reasonable volume of post in electronic form.
'Reasonable' in this context is all post from Companies House, HM Revenue & Customs and up to thirty other items per year. All Post is treated in the strictest confidence.
Acceptance of mail for which a signature is required (for example registered post). Parcels can be accepted by separate arrangement.
Forwarding hardcopies of your post to an address of your choice by separate arrangement.
Displaying your company's name at the registered office.
The following is not included in our Registered Office Service:
What does the service cost?
Why do companies use this service?
Start-up companies often operate from the residential address of a director or shareholder. If a residential address is used as the registered office of the company it will appear on the public record at Companies House and must also be disclosed to customers, suppliers etc. Using our UK Registered Office Service provides your company with an official business address, enhancing its reputation.
A company's registered office address appears on the public record at Companies House. Using our service allows the company to keep residential addresses private. We note that since October 2009 directors, shareholders and other officers of the company may provide a 'service address' in place of their residential address, so that residential addresses no longer have to appear on the register available for public inspection. Our UK Registered Office Service includes the use of our office as your directors' service address.
UK companies are required by law to have a registered office in the country in which they are incorporated (or in the case of a company registered in England and Wales, in one of those countries). Companies without a presence in the UK are obliged to establish a UK office or use a UK Registered Office Service when forming a UK company.