Today it has been announced that Companies House intend to strike Double Coverage Ltd off of their register. The result of which could be that Double Coverage would no longer exist as a legal business entity.
A First Gazette notice for compulsory strike-off has been issued – you can see it here. These can be instigated by a creditor or interested party or can be motivated by Companies House themselves in the case of a company failing to file company accounts or a confirmation statement.
At present the document is being processed and will be available to the public in 5 days.
The Directors of Double Coverage, Nick Wilson-Town, Guys Kersey, and Mick Tyler have the option of submitting a suspension application if they believe that the grounds for the dissolution are inaccurate.
Speaking to Guy Kersey, he believes this is related to the company returns filing and explained that the First Gazette marks a 3 month notice period. Guy also confirmed that the returns were filed last week and that posting about it was a ‘reach of a story’.