Company Formation

Whether you are an existing business looking to incorporate or a professional adviser acting on behalf of your client, we're here to help ensure that your company formation is right the first time. Opt either to have documentation sent as email attachments or by first class post.

Select from one of the following options:


The most popular type of trading company in the UK is a private company limited by shares - providing its owners with limited liability

£60.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)


The most popular type of trading company in the UK is a private company limited by shares - providing its owners with limited liability

£95.00 (all documents sent by post)


This option provides a more complex share structure involving 'Alphabet Shares' which means that rights attached to issued shares can be varied

£85.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£135.00 (all documents sent by post)


This type of company structure is the choice of not-for profit organisations that need limited liability to protect their members

£90.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£145.00 (all documents sent by post)


This type of company is used to acquire, hold, maintain, refurbish, manage and administer leasehold or freehold properties. There are options to either have a company limited by shares or by guarantee

£125.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£165.00 (all documents sent by post)


A Limited Liability Partnership is the most popular incorporated business structure amongst industry professionals like accountants and solicitors who most often operate as partnerships.

£140.00* (all documents sent as email attachments)

£175.00* (all documents sent by post)

* Includes short form Partners Agreement


This type of company is limited by guarantee (so there is no share structure). articles of Association are required to be structured properly in order for the company to gain charitable status

£200.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£235.00 (all documents sent by post)


A Public Limited Company or PLC, is a company with limited liability whose shares can be advertised and sold to the public. This type of company may also be listed on a stock exchange.

£160.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£195.00 (all documents sent by post)


The Right to Manage (RTM) was introduced through the Commonhold and Leasehold Reform Act 2002. It gives leaseholders the statutory right to take over the management of their property from the landlord by setting up a special company - a right to manage company. RTM is an important right for leaseholders

£160.00 (all documents sent as email attachments)

£195.00 (all documents sent by post)

Company Agreements

We can draft a number of Company Agreements and our fees our highly competitive

Below are some of the Agreements that we are able to offer:

Shareholders' Agreement

Whether you are starting a new business with friends or arranging new investment in your business it is advisable to properly document the shareholding relationship.All Agreements are drafted to fit a different set of circumstances, such as issuance of new shares (or not), a bias towards minority or majority interests, and/or the requirement for a simple version or more complex version.

Limited Liability Partnership Agreement

A Limited Liability Partnership Agreement is a short legal document providing for, among other things, equal capital contributions, equal sharing of profits and losses, that all the partners will work full time in the business and manage the business jointly, that no member can be expelled without the unanimous written consent of all the members and that two designated members shall be appointed.

Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA)

It is important for any business owner to consider what would happen to their business and the day to day running of it if they were unable or unavailable to make decisions. Without an LPA in place, who may (temporarily or permanently) assume control and indeed have the authority to do so is less clear and may leave a business exposed to risk.

Share Option Agreements

Share Option Agreements give the Grantee (or recipient) the option to buy shares at a future date, at an agreed price. They provide a financial benefit to the Grantee where the share price rises over the period the option is available.

Share Sale Agreements

Share Sale Agreements are applied when the shares of a company are being sold rather than the business/assets of the company.

Share Investment Agreements

Many companies, particularly new start-up businesses, often require some level of investment in order to enable them to grow faster or achieve certain objectives within a shorter time frame. Our investment agreements include the traditional cash for an equity (share) stake in a business as well as the more unusual “sweat equity” arrangement, where instead of making a cash investment, an investor provides services to the business in return for an eventual equity stake. The latter agreement may be of particular interest to a start-up business that does not yet have the resources to pay for a specific service that it needs, but can provide the “investor” with an equity stake in the business instead of cash payment.

Company Drafting

We provide a range of drafting services for articles of association, alteration to share rights, bonus issues, rights issues and share exchanges. All documentation is provided including (where appropriate) Resolutions and Board Meeting Minutes so everything will be taken care of on your behalf – and all at highly competitive prices.

Company Restoration

Company Restoration is the process by which a dissolved (struck off) company is restored to the register held at companies house. Based on Companies House Act 2006 you can either restore the Company by Court Order or administratively restore the company. Discretionary Grants can also be awarded in situations where bank accounts have been frozed following dissolution.

Court Order Restoration

If a DS01 form (to dissolve a company voluntarily) was filed, then the company must be restored via the Courts. You have the option to either continue trading with the company, or recover assets.

Administrative Restoration

If the company was struck off due to non-compliance (failure to file the statutory documents) then you are eligible to use the administrative restoration method.

Discretionary Grant

The Bona Vacantia division (BVD) of the Government Legal Department deals with applications for discretionary grants from bona vacantia assets.

Company Formation

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Company Agreements

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Company Drafting

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Company Restoration

If your company has been struck off we can restore to the Companies House Register...

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Company Compliance Service

Staying up to date with corporate governance and regulatory compliance has never been so challenging. The requirement to keep up with statutory filings and changes in the Companies Act can often take a back seat when you’re concentrating on running your business.

We offer a compliance service for only £180.00 per annum

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