Registered Offices

Frequently Asked Questions

This is the official address of a limited company or LLP. It must be a physical address situated in the UK jurisdiction in which you form your company – PO Box numbers are not permitted.

All companies are legally required to have one. This is the address where all statutory mail from Companies House and HMRC will be sent, and any other legal notices that may be issued to a company.

You may use your home or business address, but the registered office address will be displayed on public record and the company’s stationery. For this reason, many people choose not to use either of those addresses.

It must be in UK. It also has to be in the same jurisdiction in which the company is registered – England and Wales, Scotland or Northern Ireland.

A registered office address is the official address of a company for use by Companies House and HMRC, and it must be in the UK. A trading (business) address is where a company conducts its business, and this can be anywhere in the world.

Yes. It’s location has to be made available for everyone to access, so it will be displayed on public record.

It must appear on all forms of company stationery and official paperwork, including letterheads and invoices. It should also be displayed on a company’s website and digital correspondence.

Investors in UK can provide a registered office address in London or Glasgow.