In June the following administration notices have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: 30 JAMES STREET LTD ACCESSORIZE LTD ADMEDO LTD ADWAIZ LTD AFFINITY CONTRACTS LTD AJS PROPERTIES 2018 LTD ALBION LTD ALPHA MAY DOMICILIARY CARE LTD ANDREW GRANT LTD LIABILITY PARTNERSHIP APTA BIOSCIENCES LTD ATAL CONTRACTING LTD ATHENA…

Creditors Voluntary Winding-Up – Appointment of Liquidators notices have been issued in the London Gazette for the following companies in June. 1ST CALL LETTINGS LTD 1ST CALL RECRUITMENT LTD 3TR LTD A HERITAGE WINDOW CO. LTD A-Z STATIONERS LTD A1 AUTOGLAZE NATIONWIDE LTD A1 HIGHFIELDS ASSOCIATES LTD AARKHAUS LTD AARON & STEPHEN CO LTD ABBEY…

In June, Winding Up Petitions (Companies) have been issued and advertised in the London Gazette for the following companies: 3XP SOLUTIONS LTD ABSOLUTE CONSTRUCTION (NORFOLK) LTD ACE DEVELOPMENT SOLUTIONS LTD ACTIVE MANAGEMENT FACILITIES LTD ALLIANCE PREMIER LTD ANCHOR HOUSE CONSTRUCTION (R.G.) LTD APS PLUMBING AND HEATING SERVICES LTD ASTON DARBY GROUP LTD B N DIRECT…

Court Enforcement Services has announced that it has appointed Neil Jinks as its new Marketing & Communications Lead. In this senior role Jinks will lead on developing communication processes within group companies and internal working partnerships. Neil’s remit includes developing marketing and communication processes within the business and to assist with the delivery bespoke solutions…

Just has entered into an exclusive agreement with Validis to retrieve data from accounting platforms when enforcing against businesses. Validis allows small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to share their full financial data history in a standardised format. The software securely retrieves data directly from popular accounting software packages and layers analytics to categorise and distill data.…

Energy regulator Ofgem has given the green light for collections on unpaid bills can resumer but has urged suppliers to avoid aggressive collection tactics. Ofgem has told energy suppliers it is not in anyone’s interests for an open-ended debt collection delay. In an open letter, the regulator set out it’s updated approach to regulating domestic…

The government has announced that it will extend measures to prevent high street businesses facing eviction over summer. The extension, until the end of September, comes alongside further support to help local businesses plan for economic recovery following the coronavirus pandemic. A new code of practice has been developed with leaders from the retail, hospitality and property…

New research by Coface has predicted that the number of insolvencies is expected to rise across Europe in the second half of 2020, and in 2021. Germany, the least affected country, is still on track for a 12% increase in insolvencies between end-2019 and end-2021. France (21%) and Spain (22%) will be more affected by…

Businesses are facing significant difficulties in the face of the coronavirus pandemic and are pessimistic about their growth once the crisis passes, according to a survey commissioned by UK Finance and undertaken by BVA BDRC. The research finds that the COVID-19 crisis has negatively impacted 69 per cent of businesses, with three out of five…

A record number of housebuilders are continuing to go bust, according to data obtained by Price Bailey, 368 developers filed for insolvency last year compared with 207 in 2016, with the increase said to be threatening the supply of new homes. Price Bailey obtained data from the Insolvency Service under the Freedom of Information Act,…

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