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Companies House transformation

Here you can read about our transformation programme: with brilliant people using brilliant systems to deliver brilliant services.

Improving the accuracy of the Companies House register

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We'll soon start to use our new and enhanced powers to query information and request supporting evidence. Over time this will lead to more accurate and trusted information on the register.

Reviewing Companies House fees

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The Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency (ECCT) Bill will give us the powers we need to improve the accuracy of information on our registers and to play a significant role in tackling economic crime. We're exploring how our new powers will be funded and what impact this will have on the fees we charge.

Register of Overseas Entities: where we are now

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Since the Register of Overseas Entities was launched last year, we’ve been working hard to make improvements to the service. Here, we take a look at where we are now and give an update on the next phase of service development.

The companies register: the coronation years

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As the nation celebrates the coronation of King Charles III, we take a look at how the Companies House register looked in past coronation years of our 179-year history. From the Edwardian era to Queen Elizabeth II, find out how the company register has changed over time

Register of Overseas Entities: the story so far

Register of Overseas Entities

It’s been just over a year since the Economic Crime (Transparency and Enforcement) Act was introduced in Parliament and it’s been an incredibly busy year for us at Companies House. The Register of Overseas Entities came into force on 1 …

Changes to accounts, part 1: moving to software-only filing

When the Economic Crime and Corporate Transparency Bill is passed, along with many other changes such as identity verification, we expect to gain the power to mandate how companies file their accounts. We will be moving to software-only accounts filing, which will see the removal of all other filing routes for accounts.