Registered Office - From only £34.99 per year
Overseas Based Clients£49.99
Overseas Based Clients£49.99
What ID will I need to provide?
We comply with the HMRC anti-money laundering regulations and our obligations to "know your customer".
All registered office address clients will need to provide proof of their identity and proof of address.
If the company is already on the Companies House register, we will require your Certificate of Incorporation.
For further information on ID click here
Can Company Directors also use the registered address?
Yes, you can add the Directors Service Address to the checkout basket.
Prices start from £12.50 per year for the Sussex Address and £15 for London
Unlike many other providers that charge you for each Director, the one annual fee covers all the company directors but can only be used for one company i.e. it cannot be used for other companies they may be directors of DSA - more information.
Can you change the registered address at Companies House for me?
We can indeed!
Unlike some providers that charge for this, we will do this free of charge. Your company should have an incorporation/company number and you should have your authorisation code from Companies House.
Once you provide us with the details we will do the rest via WebFiling at no cost to you. If the company does not have an authorisation code, you will need to download form AD01 from the Companies House website to change your Registered Address.
Is everyday business post included?
Unfortunately not, your normal everyday "trade, bank or customer" post is NOT included.
If you need a Business or Trading Address, we would recommend our Virtual Address and Mail Forwarding service.
Prices start at £84.99 (exc. vat) a year - Which is the equivalent of 23p per day!
There's also our All Mail Package for extra flexibility.
The All Mail Package includes the registered address service, director's service and business mailing address.
This starts at £129.99 (exc. VAT) for the year.
What documents do I need to hold at the registered address?
When you start a new limited company there are a number of documents that you must create, such as, the company registers which are either kept at your registered office or at an alternative location (known as a SAIL address). They should be available for inspection by HMRC, Companies House or members of the public. Our simple to read article on your company records outlines the main documents you must produce. Documents your limited company should have
Scottish and Northern Irish Companies.
This service is only available to companies that are either registered or planning registration in England and Wales.
If your Company Registration Number starts with either SC (Scotland) or NI (Northern Ireland), you will be unable to use this service and need to find a provider in the appropriate country.
Article with further information