- UK Incorporation +
- Business Support +
- UK RESIDENT OFFER :LIMITED COMPANY
I can manage the my company from outside because I know that if I need a help I can trust the persons in GR Morgan, all good.
Date : 11/09/2015
Author : Ignacio - Spain
All UK companies are legally required to have a registered UK address. GR MORGAN FORMATIONS provides registered office services for business entities that are registered in the UK. It is the official address of your company and is on the public record as such Companies House, HMRC and other government agencies will use your registered address to send all official correspondence relating to your company. Hence it is vital that these mails is handled correctly and are delivered promptly to the company officers. If a company changes its registered office address after incorporation, Companies House must be immediately notified by the submission of the appropriate forms. Our experienced team has been providing mail services to thousands of companies providing you with confidence in our service.
A registered office address service is particularly useful for small companies, especially those being run by a sole director from home, who would like a, prestigious, registered office address to be displayed on the public record. This service is also particularly useful for UK companies owned by overseas residents. It is a legal requirement to have a UK registered address where official mail can be sent.
Since the point of having a registered address is to allow the service of official or legal notices to be made at a recognised location, the means by which such documents are processed after delivery should also be given due attention.. It is therefore crucial that a responsible person should oversee the receipt of post and ensure such notices are brought to the prompt attention of someone in authority and that appropriate (and timely) action ensues.
We can provide registered office service in Central London and South East London. Please find below our competitive packages for 12 months.