What is a registered company address?
A registered company address is used to register a business with Companies House, the UK’s registrar of incorporated businesses.
We have registered company addresses available in London, Bristol, Birmingham, Glasgow, Edinburgh, Liverpool, Manchester, Cardiff, and Newcastle. You can use our registered company address as a director’s service address.
Adding a registered company address to your Virtual Office subscription allows you to register with Companies House, whilst keeping your home address private.
Do I need a Virtual Office and a Registered Company Address?
In most cases, yes. A registered company address can only be used to receive correspondence from HRMC and Companies House. You need a virtual office subscription to use the address on your website and marketing materials, or to receive any other type of mail.
Select the address you’d like to register with Companies House
City Centre, Manchester, M4 View virtual offices
City Centre, Birmingham, B1 View virtual offices
West George Street, Glasgow, G2 View virtual offices
Newton Place, Glasgow, G3 View virtual offices
New Town, Edinburgh, EH2 View virtual offices
Jamaica Street, Liverpool, L1 View virtual offices
City Centre, Cardiff, CF10 View virtual offices
Collingwood St, Newcastle, N1 View virtual offices
FAQs to help you choose
What is a Directors Service Address?
A Director’s Service Address is the address of an individual company director, used for official communications related to their role as a director.
You can use our Registered Company Address as a Director’s Service Address.
What's the difference between a Registered Company Address and a Directors Address Service?
A Registered Company Address is the official address of the company itself, used for legal and administrative purposes, while the director’s service address is the address of an individual director, used for official communications related to their role as a director.
You can use our Registered Company Address as a director’s service address.
What is the difference between a Virtual Office and a Registered Company Address?
A Virtual Office is a trading address for you to use on your business website, marketing materials, invoices, business cards, directories and more. A Registered Company Address is your company’s official address given when registering your company with Companies House. You can use our business addresses for both purposes by selecting the Registered Company Address addon when subscribing to a Virtual Office.
Can I use my Virtual Office address to register my company with Companies House?
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Why should I use a call answering service?
Call answering services provide a cheap and professional solution to business call management. For an in-depth look at the benefits, view our Call Answering Services page.
Why should we choose Virtually There’s call answering services?
For more reasons why over 8,000 UK businesses prefer our services, visit our Virtual Receptionist page.
What is the difference between a Virtual Receptionist, a Virtual Switchboard and a Virtual Personal Assistant?
A Virtual Receptionist will answer your calls, collect the caller’s name, contact details and reasons for calling, and share the details with you straight away.
With a Virtual Switchboard, your receptionist will answer your business calls and qualify the caller before transferring them to your most appropriate team member. If they are unable to take the call, then your receptionist will take a message and send you the details.
With a Virtual Personal Assistant, you get all of the above, plus live call forwarding to your staff, appointment booking, calendar management, and more.
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