UK Companies House wants to hear your views on new proposals that will bring about the biggest changes for Companies House since it began registering companies in 1844.

According to a recent announcement the changes will provide it with powers it needs to combat economic crime and improve protection for people running businesses.   Interested parties are invited to participate in a consultation:  “You can read more about the proposals on our website”.

Deadline:  “5 August 2019 to respond to the consultation and tell us what you think”.

BIIA received the following announcements from Companies House:

How we’re reforming our register

Our Chief Executive blogged about the government’s proposed reforms and what they could mean for the future of Companies House.

Read Louise’s blog post to find out how these changes could affect you and your business.

Protecting your personal information

The proposals are designed to strike the right balance between transparent company information and protecting personal data.

Find out how these changes will help us protect people who set up and run businesses.

Make sure you’re following us on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook for updates about the consultation.

Look out for our Twitter Q&A with the Business Support Helpline on Thursday 18 July, where we’ll be answering questions about reforming the Companies House register.”

Source:  Companies House