Registered Office Address service for Ltd Companies in Birmingham

New Company Group can help you to secure a director’s service address and or registered office provision for your new business.

Every UK Company requires a Registered Office address. This is the official address of the company, where all Inland Revenue and Companies House postal communication will be sent.

Many companies however, prefer using an agent’s address instead. We can set this up and redirect all mail to you, without any additional postal charges. *Please note this does not include general mail which can be addressed to your trading address. This service is often offered by Accountants and Solicitors, however this usually commands a much more expensive fee.

Cost: – £65.00 per annum

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Frequently asked questions regarding Registered Office Addresses

In general, the service address is the address where a director or secretary can be contacted for official communications, such as statutory mail, legal notices, and other important correspondence. This address is separate from the registered office address, which is the official address of the company that is registered with the government.

Using the registered office address as the service address for directors and secretaries may be a convenient option for some companies, as it ensures that all official communications are received in one place. However, it’s important to note that the registered office address is a public record and may be accessible to third parties, while the service address can be kept private.

If you are considering using the registered office address as your service address, you should consider the potential impact on your privacy and whether it is appropriate for your business needs.

Yes, it is possible to change the registered office address of a company after its formation. This process involves notifying the relevant government agencies and updating the company’s official records.

The process for changing a registered office address typically involves the following steps:

Board resolution: The company’s board of directors must pass a resolution to change the registered office address and record the resolution in the company’s minutes.

Notification to Companies House: In the UK, the company must file a form AD01 with Companies House, which provides details of the new registered office address.

Notification to other stakeholders: The company should also notify other stakeholders, such as banks, suppliers, and customers, of the change in registered office address.

Update on company letterhead: The company should also update its official letterhead and other documents to reflect the new registered office address.

It is important to note that the process for changing a registered office address may involve some fees, and the company must comply with any legal requirements related to the change of address. It’s therefore important to seek the advice of a qualified company formation agent to ensure that all necessary steps are taken and all legal requirements are met.

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