All about Companies House? Everything you need to know

Did you know that every year, more than 700,000 companies come into existence through Companies House? If you seeking information about Companies House, you’ve come to the right place. In this short article, we’ll cover some basic information about Companies House, its functions, and its impact on businesses.

Let us start with the basics.

What is Companies House?

In the United Kingdom, Companies House serves as the official registrar of Companies, operating under the jurisdiction of the Department of Business and Trade.

Key Facts about Companies House

  1. Founded in 1844
  2. Responsible for incorporating and dissolving limited companies in the UK
  3. Facilitates the formation of over 700,000 companies annually
  4. Provides public access to company formation

Companies House – Main Function

Companies House plays a pivotal role in three key areas: Incorporating and dissolving companies, managing and preserving company data, and making this information accessible to the public.

Public information on Companies House

It’s imperative to understand that once you register your company, Companies House will make certain information publicly available. This public information includes:

  • Company name
  • Date of Incorporation
  • Type of company
  • Directors details
  • Registered office address (Current and past)
  • Annual accounts

It’s also important to note that the director’s information will also include:

  • Full name
  • Date of birth (Month and year)
  • Correspondence address
  • Occupation
  • Nationality

Question and Answers

Do you offer company formation service?
Yes, Cheap Virtual Office offers Company formation services. Contact us to find out more.

What does dissolve mean?
If your business no longer trades, or updates on Companies House. The company can be dissolved

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