Companies House send reminders and letters to your company’s registered office address, your letters would be returned to sender if you no longer occupying at the property or the current occupier marked your letters “return to sender” and send it back to Companies House.
Address service providers
If you are using a registered office address provided by an address service provider such as company formation agents. Your letters would be returned to sender if your company did not renew your address services on time. To avoid your letters return to sender, do renew your address service on time with them.
Moved to new office
You have 14 days to inform Companies House of your new office address by submitting the Companies House form AD01 if this new office address would also be your official registered office address. Ensure you make arrangement to access mails sent to your old registered office address until your new office address registered with Companies House. You can check this by contacting Companies House.
Change your registered office
You may change your company’s registered office address online or on paper.
You would require your company’s authentication code to submit your Companies House form AD01.
Alternatively, you may submit your form AD01 on paper, your director or company secretary must sign and date the form and send your form to Companies House.
Registered office address
Your registered office address must be in the United Kingdom. For example, if your company was incorporated in England, your new registered office address must be situated in England and it cannot be an address in Scotland or Northern Ireland.
The address must not be a PO Box address. It must be a physical address. Remember that if you would like to use your home address as your registered office, it will appear on Companies House website and anyone can see it. If you do not want your home address appear on the public register, consider using an address service provider’s services.