What is a Registered Office?
The Registered Office is the official address for a UK limited company.
As that would suggest, it must be based in the UK.
The Registered Office can be any address that you have permission to use, just as long as the company directors (these are the people who run the company) see any government mail that arrives at the address.
It’s worth noting that a company does not need to trade from the Registered Office.
Now this is important...
The Registered Office is on the public register.
This means anyone can quickly (and simply) find out a UK company’s Registered Office.
So, whilst using your residential address as the Registered Office is allowed, it’s not recommended.
This is where we can help.
With our Registered Office Service you can use our London address as your company’s Registered Office.
We’ll ensure you see all your government mail and protect you from any unexpected visitors!
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