There are several reasons why using our registered office and service address is useful. If you're working from home, you might want to avoid using your home address as your registered office address. It will keep your company looking professional, but more importantly, keep your home address off the public record. Similarly, taking a service address will give the directors a level of privacy for the same reason.
This topping includes:
Below is a breakdown of each individual component.
A registered office address is a legal requirement and is your official mailing address for statutory communication. It is on the public record, but can be changed at any time as long as it is within the same UK country. This could be your home address or an office you work in. If you'd prefer to avoid your home address being placed on the public record, then this topping offers a professional alternative.
Our London address is an office building that will give your company a credible company face.
We will forward all mail from government departments to your specified forwarding address at no extra cost.
The service address is the published address for a company officer. This may be the office in which you work or your home address. Again, to avoid putting your personal address on the public record, we can offer a secure alternative with our London service address.
We will forward all letters (but not parcels) specifically addressed to the named director.
The Address Protection topping is an ongoing annual service. The renewal fee for our London Address Protection service is £114 per year. This is broken down into £78 per year for the Registered Office Address and £36 per year for the Service Address.