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Registered Office Address in Manchester from £9.99 +VAT

When forming a new business, you’ll need to decide on your registered office address to be displayed on the Companies House website. A virtual office address in a Manchester city-centre office can help you retain your privacy and boost your business’ reputation. 

Keep your home address private

When forming your own company, it’s worth considering whether you want to avoid using your home address as your business address; after all, this address will be visible in the public domain, which can threaten your privacy and run the risk of customers showing up at your front door unannounced. A registered office address in Manchester could be the solution you’re looking for. You’ll get a prestigious address to use for all business communications and you can keep your personal details secure.

Why choose SUAZ for your registered address service?

If you’re looking for the right registered office address provider to boost your chances of success, we’d like to think we tick all the boxes. Here’s just a few reasons to choose SUAZ for your registered office address:

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Access to BSC platform

Once you’ve completed your purchase, you’ll get exclusive access to a Business Support Club (BSC) account. Through BSC you can manage your orders, contact our friendly team whenever you need to and find copies of any documents we’ve sent you. Seamless organisation, at your fingertips.

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Affordable service

We offer quality service at an affordable price. Additional costs shouldn’t put you off becoming your own boss, so using the SUAZ

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Try before you buy

Test the waters before you fully commit to our service. We offer a free trial on both our Basic and Professional packages so you can decide if we’re the right fit for your business.

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Unlimited digital mail-forwarding

There’s no limit on how much statutory mail we’ll forward to you. You’ll get unlimited digital mail-forwarding, with any of our packages.

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Here when you need us

We thrive on helping businesses like yours succeed, so we’re always happy to help, whenever you need us.

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Personalised to you

No two businesses are the same, so we want your package to be tailored to your needs. You can buy additional add-on services to give your new company the energy it needs to succeed.

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Manchester address

As well as using our Manchester office as your registered address, depending on the package you choose, you can also make use of its facilities.

 

Our three-storey, Georgian-style office building is located at Bartle House, in the centre of Manchester’s financial and legal district. Once you step through the large, impressive entrance you’ll be welcomed by the friendly reception team who are at hand to answer your queries. With a spacious meeting room, kitted out with the latest technology, as well as cosy social spaces to take a well-earned break, there’s no better place to make your mark in the business world.

View our packages

Get a public-facing address with mail forwarding using our virtual office. We offer plans designed specifically for your business needs.

Packages

Which package is right for you?

Which of our packages is best for you will depend on where you are in your business journey and the level of support you need to get your company where you want it to be.

If you’re just starting out and are looking to establish your professional image,

our Basic package may be just what you need to get the ball rolling. You’ll get a registered office address and director’s service address, weekly mail pickup service and unlimited digital mail-forwarding for statutory mail for just £9.99 + VAT a month. It’s an affordable way to keep your business’ communications organised so you have less to worry about.

Our Professional package includes everything you’d get with the Basic Package,

as well as extra incentives, such as five items of business mail forwarded to you digitally and via post per month. You’ll also get a sign up bonus of one hour’s use of our meeting room, giving you the space to meet clients or colleagues in person.

If you’re after a solution that has it all, our Premium package may be for you.

You’ll get up to 100 items of digital and post mail forwarding of business mail per month, and get to use our meeting room for 30 minutes each month. It’s the ultimate business solution to make sure everything is taken care of.

Our registered office address process

  1. Choose the virtual office package that suits you best and head to the checkout.

  2. You’ll then get an acknowledgement email from us and we’ll ask for your company director’s AML documents. 

  3. Once you’ve been verified, we’ll give you the go-ahead to start using your registered office address. We’ll also explain how you can change your business address.

  4. You can now change your business address to your new registered office address.

What our clients say about us

95%

of clients would use us again

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Average reduction in costs for new clients within the first year

99%

customer satisfaction rate

Jon Savage, Type Media

With the money I saved, I was able to upgrade to a package with a higher level of support. I now have a full-time receptionist taking my incoming calls and redirecting them to my mobile, giving the impression to my clients that the business has office space in the city!

Sian Roberts, Portal PR

It was so much quicker & less complicated than other Companies House agents and you don’t get cheaper than free!

James Lancaster, JL Fire

First class service all around. I would recommend these guys to anyone who is thinking of setting up their own business. The service didn’t stop when my company was formed but continues to this day.

  • Why Choose Start Up A-Z?
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    Companies House The first thing you need to know when starting a limited company is who Companies House are. Companies House are a UK government executive agency who register UK company information. This means that they are the body that incorporates, dissolves and publishes information on all UK companies. Key Responsibilities: incorporate and dissolve limited companies examine and store company information make information available to the public What is a Limited Company? Limited by shares companies are usually businesses that make a profit. This means the company: is legally separate from the people who run it has separate finances from your personal ones has shares and shareholders can keep any profits it makes after paying tax At Start Up A-Z, we only form Limited Companies, making your options as a new business extremely straightforward. We believe that a Limited company is usually the best option for those new to business and have made a concerted effort to make the process as easy as possible. Our Simple Process Choose a company name and check if it's available. We form Ltd and Limited companies. Enter your personal information so we can add you as the companies director. Your director information will be on Companies House. Enter your company information. This will also be submitted to Companies House and be available online. Review your application and make sure everything is correct. We'll submit your application to Companies House and your company will be formed.
  • Should I be a Limited Company or a Sole Trader?
    Limited Company As a limited company, you enjoy limited liability which protects your personal assets. Unlike sole traders, a limited company is legally separate from its business owner, who has limited liability. Having 'limited liability' status means the company is an entity in its own right. This has several advantages. Assuming no fraud has taken place, 'limited liability' means you will not be personally liable for any financial losses made by the business. A limited company can give you added protection, should things go wrong. Because a limited company is a distinct entity from its owners, it may be a little easier for a company to secure business loans and investment. A limited company may benefit from tax advantages. You would be advised to seek professional help to make maximum use of the rules and regulations with regard to pensions, dividends and car ownership. Sole Trader A sole trader is somebody who runs their business as an individual, they are the sole owner of the business and any profit after tax is theirs. However, as a sole trader, you will be personally responsible for your company's debts, so your personal assets could be at risk.
  • What do I do after Company Formation?
    Firstly, Congratulations! If you're reading this you've probably formed a company and are looking for your next steps. It's important at this point to pat yourself on the back! You've formed a business, taken a step to personal improvement and opened up a world of opportunities. From everyone at Start Up A-Z and Business Support Club, well done! What Comes Next? You'll now need to consider what your business needs to do in order to trade legally in the UK and beyond. We'll highlight a few key areas, but we strongly recommend using the following Companies House tool to work out your next steps. Consider VAT - Are you going to turn over more than £85,000? If so, you will need to register for VAT Corporation Tax - All Businesses must register for Corporation Tax within the first 3 months PAYE - Are you planning on taking on employees? If so, you'll need to register for PAYE Licenses - What licenses do you need to run your business? Insurance - It's likely that your new business will need insurance. You can find insurance brokers on Business Support Club Grants/funding - How are you going to fund your business? There may be government help if you seek it Use The Checklist We highly recommend using the Companies House checklist. It's packed with information and will tell you all you need to know about the next steps, no matter what your business.
  • How do I set up business bank accounts?
    Let's get straight to it After forming a company, one of the first things most people do is apply for a business bank account. Doing so straight away as a smart move! While you can trade through director loans and using your personal account, in practice, it's always much easier to use a business bank account. Remember, a Limited company is a separate entity, it's best to operate with that in mind. What do we recommend? You have lots of options these days when it comes to business bank accounts. The high street is competing for your custom with new online rivals. We reccomend that the quickest way to get an account open is to use your personal provider, applying for a business account through them. Having said that, there are plenty of alternatives. Consider avoiding... You should know that applying to a high street bank that you do not already have a relationship with can be a long and frustrating process. Similarly, some firms, claiming to offer business bank accounts only offer limited services through a prepaid card. Many also don't like accepting international payments so it is important to know what the limitations of the bank you are applying to are. Especially if they are a neo online bank provider. The bottom line We recommend: Setting up your account ASAP Choosing a business you already know Researching the online offerings Applying for a bank account with a good promotion
  • How do Ready Made Companies Work?
    Choosing to form a new business and sourcing suppliers can lead to let-downs, dead ends & delays. A Readymade Company is pre-registered, just waiting to be transferred into your name and allowing you to start trading TODAY.
  • Is a registered office address required by law?
    Yes, UK limited companies are required by government bodies such as Companies House to register an address for the receipt of official communications. By subscribing to one of our plans, you can use our Manchester address as your registered office address, establishing a credible business image while keeping your personal address private.
  • Will you receive and forward all my mail if I become a member?
    All our membership plans include receiving, scanning and digitally forwarding official and statutory mail. Receiving and forwarding of business mail such as invoices and supplier communications varies depending on your chosen plan. Click HERE to see more information on our membership plans.
  • What is the difference between statutory mail and business mail?
    Official government mail includes post from the following UK governing bodies: • Companies House • HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) • HM Court documents (including Tribunals Services and Sheriff Court) • Office for National Statistics (ONS) • Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) • Department of Work & Pensions (DWP) • UK Government Gateway • Intellectual Property Office (IPO) • Ministry of Justice (MoJ) • The Pensions Regulator (TPR) • The Insolvency Service • UK Border Agency
  • How can I become a member?
    1. Choose the plan that best fits your business and subscribe. You will be directed to the business support club platform where you can avail of our services. Fill in the required details and choose your preferred payment method using PayPal or Stripe. 2. Once you have successfully paid, your account will be set up. We will send you a simple questionnaire to inform us of your company details and personal details. You will also be required to supply photo identification and proof of address. After completing the information needed, we will notify you that your account is set up and activated. 3. You will receive a confirmation email with the address you can use. Then, change your registered office address on Companies House HERE or through post. Statutory mail will then be received at our address and forwarded to you. For more advanced plans, business mail will also be received and forwarded to you. Alternatively, you can also subscribe to a plan by contacting us at 0330 320 1929 or sending us an email to help@suaz.co.uk. We can also gladly assist you by appointment should you prefer to visit our location at Bartle House, Manchester.
  • Are your plans flexible?
    Yes, at SUAZ we make it easy to upgrade your plan by providing add-on options for any excess mail when you need it. For inquiries and requests, you can contact us at 0330 320 1929 or send us an email to help@suaz.co.uk. We can also gladly assist you by appointment should you prefer to visit our location at Bartle House, Manchester.
  • Can I use my virtual office address as a Director Service Address?
    Yes, our premium plan includes one (1) use of our address for the director or officer of your company. Anyone registered as a director or officer of a UK limited company must be prepared to give a correspondence address that will be visible on the public register. To use our address as your Director Service Address, subscribe to our premium plan HERE.
  • How can I change the Registered Office Address of my company?
    You can change your registered office address online or by post. You can sign into the Companies House Webfiling service HERE or submit an AD01 form by post. You must complete the change within 14 days the change took place.
  • What IDs and documents do you require to subscribe to any membership plan?
    At SUAZ, we see to it that we comply to Anti-Money Laundering (AML) and ‘Know Your Customer’ requirements and regulations. We will need a proof of ID and proof of address to proceed with your application which can be as follows: Proof of ID: • Passport • Photocard driving licence • Government-issued ID card Proof of address: • Utility bill • Bank statement • Mortgage statement
  • How long is your contract?
    Our contract length PLACE HERE …Please note that we do not automatically renew your contract at the end of the term. However, we will send you a renewal notice email one month before the term ends.
  • Can the SUAZ virtual office address be used on my ‘Google My Business’ profile?
    We do not have services for this at the moment. However, other business directories may allow its use as your business address.
  • Do you have a virtual receptionist to answer my business calls?
    As our virtual office packages currently do not include a virtual receptionist, SUAZ offers a virtual receptionist with a separate plan. You can click HERE to know more about our virtual receptionist services.
  • Can I hold physical meetings at your location?
    Yes, if you have subscribed to our premium plan, you get access to our meeting room for 30 minutes per calendar month. Additionally, with our professional plan, you get a sign-up bonus of 1 hour use of our meeting room. The meeting room can accommodate up to (how many pax?) PLACE HERE
  • Why do I need a Registered Office Address?
    UK limited companies are legally required to have a UK registered office. Our registered office service covers use of our address for official government mail only. This address cannot be used for general business correspondence, for which you must also purchase our Business Address Service (Our Virtual Business Plus package covers both official and business mail). Using a Registered Office Address has the added benefit of protecting your personal address from appearing on the public register.
  • What is included as official mail and is mail forwarding free?
    Official government mail includes post from the following UK governing bodies: Companies House HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC) HM Court documents (including Tribunals Services and Sheriff Court) Office for National Statistics (ONS) Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) Department of Work & Pensions (DWP) Government Gateway Intellectual Property Office (IPO) Ministry of Justice The Pensions Regulator (TPR) The Insolvency Service UK Border Agency
  • How does the Telephone Answering Service work?
    We will give you a London (0203) phone number which you can either use as your own number or you can divert calls to it when you are busy. When your number is called, we answer it in your company name. We then let the caller know that the extension is busy, you are in a meeting or calls are going to voicemail (or anything else as instructed by you). We will take a message and their contact information, which are all immediately uploaded to your online admin account and sent to you by email and via the MYCO smartphone app.
  • What's included in the Document Filing service?
    We can file your yearly confirmation statement directly with Companies House. It's is a legal requirement which can be done by you, or we’ll take care of it on your behalf to save you the hassle. We’ll also send ongoing reminders yearly to make sure you don’t forget.
  • How can SUAZ offer company formations for free?
    Here at SUAZ, we believe that it shouldn’t cost you a fortune to follow your dream. We also know that starting a business isn’t cheap, which is why our company formation service is completely free - so you can keep your hard-earned cash to make your business the best it can be. Wondering how we make our money? Our upsells are bonus features that can help your business get a head start. We also introduce you to other businesses and sometimes earn a commission from doing so.
  • When can your business be up and running?
    We try our best to get your business up and running as quickly as possible. Submissions sent before midday usually come back to us the same day, but this can’t be guaranteed as delays do happen. We try to get all applications back within 36 hours, but if there are issues with your application such as your company name being flagged for extra checks, this can delay the process.
  • What kind of company can you set up?
    Here at SUAZ, we form limited companies. Operating as a limited company can give your business credibility and your customers confidence in your business. And once your company name is registered as a limited company, it's protected by law and no one else is allowed to use it. As for the industry or nature of your company, the choice is yours - all we ask is that your company has only a single director.
  • Why should you set up a company?
    Setting up your own business can be life-changing. When you’re your own boss, you’ll be motivated to do the best work possible and make your work life exactly how you want it. You’ll be in charge of your work-life balance, can follow your passion and fulfil what may be your life-long dream. And while it may take a while to get your company off the ground, you’ll be working towards complete financial independence and security. With SUAZ, you’ll have all the support you need to set up your company quickly and successfully, knowing that you’ve got experts at hand.
  • Can you set up a company on your own?
    You can set up a company on your own through Companies House. It costs a one-off filing fee of £12 to form your company and should all be approved, your business will usually be formed within 48 hours. Using a company formation agent like SUAZ can alleviate any stress or confusion that comes with starting a business. We can take care of everything for you and give you the support and guidance you need, so you can focus on making your business dreams a reality.
  • What support is available after you’ve set up your company?
    We’re not only here during your company formation process. We’re here when you need us every step of the way, as and when you need a helping hand. Whether you have a question about your business, or have misplaced one of your documents , we’re always at the end of the line.
  • What else do you need to start a business?
    What you need to get your business up and running will ultimately depend on the nature of your business. Once your company is formed, your next steps are: Checking if you need any licences or permits Making sure you have the right type of business insurance Sorting out your business’ address - if you’re looking to avoid the cost and maintenance of renting an office space, our virtual office address service may suit you Organising your business’ finances - with our Company Pro package you’ll get a Trilogy Business bank account to get you started
  • Can you close your company down if you change your mind?
    It’s always a good idea not to rush into starting a business - make sure you’re both mentally and financially ready. If you have any doubts, feel free to get in touch with us and ask any questions before you jump into any decisions. But if you change your mind and decide it isn’t the right time to start your business, you’ll have the option to dissolve it - you’re only human after all! Just let us know and we can help you dissolve your company for £24.99.
  • Can you set your UK company up from abroad?
    If you live abroad, you can still buy a company formation package from us to make your dreams a reality. Just bear in mind there may be extra KYC/AML checks that we’ll need to carry out depending on your nationality and place of residence. We’ll also need notarized legal documents and potentially translations to progress your application.
  • Can you help with startup finance?
    If you’re looking to start your own business, you’ll know that it can take a significant amount of money to get it off the ground. Instead of applying for a bank loan and waiting for it to be approved, or dipping into your hard-earned personal savings, you can give your business the financial boost it needs to thrive with Start Up A-Z’s fixed-rate finance. Take a look at how our startup finance can help your business to grow.
  • What should you list as your company address?
    When starting a business, you’ll need to decide where your place of work will be. For new businesses just starting out, it can be costly and often unnecessary to rent and maintain an office space. But having a company address can help your business to establish a professional image from the get-go. If you’re looking for a company address without the cost of renting an office space, our virtual office packages could be just what you need. Virtual office gives you a mailing address right in the heart of Manchester to help you establish a professional image, and maintain your privacy too.
  • How do I book a meeting room?
    Our meeting rooms are bookable online via your account admin panel under the tab titled 'Meeting Space'. This tab will only appear if you are eligible to book a meeting room. You can also reserve a meeting space on the go by downloading our ‘MYCO Meeting’ app on Android or the App store. Bookings are not official until you have received a confirmation email from us.
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