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July
15
Free Companies House data to boost UK economy Companies House is to make all of its digital data available free of charge. Read more...
May
20
The Companies House website is moving to GOV.UK The Companies House website will move to the single government website GOV.UK later this year. Read more...
May
8
Undischarged Bankrupts From 8 June 2014, Companies House will introduce automatic checks for Undischarged Bankrupts in respect of appointments. Read more...
April
29
Government Response ā€“ Company Filing Requirements Consultation On 7 October 2013 the Government launched a consultation on proposals to improve and simplify the current requirements for companies to file certain information with Companies House. The consultation closed on 22 November 2013. Read more...
March
31
Limited Partnership Search Changes From Monday 7 April 2014, Limited Partnership documents will be available via Companies House electronic search services. Read more...
March
21
The Companies House Service Transforming our electronic systems with modern technology, and a unified web service to both view and update company information. Read more...
March
5
E-Billing Portal Issues We are aware there are a number of issues around the upgrade to the E-Billing Portal. Read more...
March
3
Companies House eBilling Service upgrade is now live Companies House has now successfully implemented the upgrade to its eBilling Portal, with improved screen layout and access to multiple accounts using a single log in. Read more...
February
20
Update - Administration to creditorsā€™ voluntary liquidation Changes to company insolvency history on Companies House Direct (CHD) and WebCheck services Read more...
February
17
Companies House support for companies affected by flooding If any company is unable to file accounts or other documents on time as a direct result of the floods, they should contact Companies House before the end of the filing period Read more...
 
 
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