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Remove your home address from Companies House register

The UK company law, in particular, section 1088 of the Companies Act 2006 allows Companies House to remove your home address from Companies House register. In other words, your home address will not be available on the public register. Of course, your application is subject to Companies House approval.

How to apply to remove your home address from Companies House register

To begin with, you search the Companies House register to find out the company name, incorporation number of which your home address was placed on the public register. You would require this information to complete the companies house form SR01 and send to the following address. Remember to enclose a cheque payable to Companies House for the statutory fee of £55 with your application. Companies House will return your application if you do not enclose the correct statutory fee.

The Registrar of Companies

PO Box 4082
CF14 3WE

Subsequently, Companies House will review your application and let you know if your application is successful or unsuccessful.

Your home address also your registered office address

You may not use this law to remove your home address from the public register where your home address is also your registered office address.

Companies House send reminders to your registered office address when your confirmation statement and company accounts are due.

If you have any questions about removing your home address from Companies House record, contact Companies House or speak with our accountants.

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