Your new Manchester registered office:
Your Company Name
Why would I want one?
All limited companies require a registered office.
Must be displayed on your company paperwork and website.
It will protect your home address from being visible on the public record.
If you are based outside the UK, you will need a UK-based address for your registered office.
Why do I need a registered office address?
It is a legal requirement for all UK companies to provide a registered office address. This location will serve as the official address for all correspondence from Companies House and HMRC. The address is publicly available and has to legally be displayed on company correspondence and websites. The address you provide must be a real UK address, not a PO Box. When we receive statutory post from Companies House and HMRC in your company name, we will forward this to an address of your choice.
1. This service is renewable on a 12 monthly basis.
2. The forwarding of official government mail by scan and email is free, however, normal business post is charged for.
3. You cannot purchase this product once and use it for multiple companies. If you wish to use this address for multiple companies, it should be purchased for each company.
Other Ways To Buy
There are three other ways to order. If you are a new customer then and do not have a company yet then you can order this when you form your company.
If you are a new customer and already have a company then you create an account with us and import your existing company into your company manager and order the service from the shop.
Already have an account with us then just login and go to the shop and add the service to the cart and checkout.
Form A Formations Today
If you would like to order this service and form a company you can choose from our list off formation packages here
Already have a company and would like to purchase this service then register an account with us and import your company
Already have an account with us, then just login into your company manager area and go to the shop and purchase the service
Frequently Asked Questions
QDo I need more than one person to form a limited company?
A No, only one person is required. Although all limited companies require at least one director and one shareholder, it is common for one person to perform both roles.
QWhat is Companies House?
ACompanies House is a company solely responsible for the registrar of business in the UK. It is mandatory that companies register with Companies House and as such any change henceforth will be on their records.
QDo I need to register my company for VAT?
AYou do not need to register for VAT until your annual turnover exceeds the VAT threshold, which from 1st April 2019, is £85,000. You can, of course, decide to register for VAT on a voluntary basis if your turnover is less than the threshold figure. As a VAT registered company, you can reclaim VAT paid on all goods and services purchased by the company.
Q What is A Certificate of Incorporation?
AThe Certificate of Incorporation is the primary record which demonstrates a company exists and has been enrolled under the necessities of the Companies Act 2006. It incorporates the organisation name and selection, the date of its incorporation, whether it is a restricted or unrestricted business, and where the organisation’s registered office is positioned (England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland).
Q What is A Limited Company?
AA limited company is a lawful body produced by its incorporation with Companies House. The responsibility of the participants or clients to the firm is restricted by just what has actually been spent or insured to the business. Limited company could be limited by shares or warranty. A company restricted by shares is without doubt one of the most standard sorts of business in the UK.
QLimited or LTD?
A All registered up limited firms call for the suffix limited of LTD after the business name. Both imply specifically the exact same and also the selection which one to utilise refers individual inclination.
All enlisted restricted organisation obliges the addition Limited of LTD after the company name. Both mean precisely the same and the decision of which one to utilise is a matter of individual inclination.