We’ve reached a significant milestone as the first statutory instrument (SI) has been laid in Parliament. Find out what this secondary legislation means and how we're working at pace to introduce the new Register of Overseas Entities.
My name is Kurt Baird, I'm a systems analyst at Companies House. My main role is to gather business and technical requirements from our stakeholders for projects.
My name is Leanne Hugglestone, my role is corporate social responsibility (CSR) coordinator at Companies House. Here I provide an overview of CSR’s achievements, how it started and why I’m passionate about its development.
My name is Meryl Jones and I'm the Product Owner for the Small Business Enterprise and Employment Act (SBEEA) project at Companies House.
I’m Heather Gopsill and I’ve been part of the events team for the past 12 months. With 6 full time team members, managed by Viv Evans, we’re a small but effective team. Our work is diverse and takes us all across the …
I'm delighted to tell you, that from today, you can now access all digital data free of charge using our new service, some 170 million company records.
I wanted to give you an update on one of the legislative changes that will apply when the Small Business, Enterprise and Employment Act (SBEEA) comes into force later this year.
Last November Companies House celebrated registering companies since 1844 – its 170th Anniversary!
As Chief Executive and Registrar of Companies for England and Wales I have a very interesting and diverse role which allows me to represent Companies House both here in the UK and abroad.
This Parliament ends on 30 March. Between then and the general election on 7 May is the pre-election period and the Civil Service communicates less, in line with the General Election Guidance.
In January I attended a new cross-government digital academy that Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) were running. The academy was 5 weeks in Leeds and a new way of learning some great techniques to deliver digital services.