Limited Company Registered Office

Free registered office addresses for our Premium and Elite customers

At SJD Accountancy, we aim to make the process of becoming a limited company director as straightforward as possible.

Do I need a registered office address?

It is a legal requirement for companies formed in the UK to have an address where physical documents can be mailed to. You will be asked to provide a registered office address as part of the limited company formation process.

Where can I use as my registered office?

Any full UK address with a postcode can be used as your registered office address. This could be your office address if you work away from home, your home address or your accountant’s address.

PO Box numbers cannot be used as an office address, but you are permitted to use the full postal PO Box address.

What is the benefit of using SJD Accountancy as my registered office?

Dealing with business correspondence is, although routine, an important part of successful contracting, particularly when dealing with HMRC and Companies House documents.

When choosing to use SJD Accountancy as your registered office address, we will receive all company mail and process it for you on your behalf, making you aware of any urgent information by telephone or email. Not only this, but your accountant can directly action HMRC and Companies House documents, saving you from the hassle of postal administration.

For SJD Premium and Elite clients, our registered address service is included in your fixed monthly fee. For SJD Essential clients, this has a monthly fee of £8.33 + VAT.

If you need any further information please get in touch.

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