A registered office address is an official communication address that every limited company (and LLP) is legally obligated to establish during the registration process and retain during its life.
The objective of a registered office is to offer Companies House, HMRC, and other government authorities with an official location where statutory letters and legal notifications may be safely delivered. It is also where firms should make their statutory registers available for public examination, unless another place is employed.
A registered office address must be in the same UK country/jurisdiction where the business is registered (England and Wales, Scotland, or Northern Ireland). It does not, however, have to be in the same nation where the company’s major commercial activities take place.
Only complete, real postal addresses can be utilised as registered offices.