New Companies House Fees Announced

Companies House has announced a change to their fees across the board, following a review of processes and services.

The fee changes will be introduced from 30 June and Companies House said it was being done to "ensure their fees accurately reflect their costs".

Registration fees:

Software incorporation service – Previously £13, will now cost £10

Web incorporation service – Previously £15, now £12

Registration of a charge by paper – Previously £13, now £23

Registration of a charge digitally – Previously £10, now £15

Search fees:

Certified copy of a document (standard) – previously £20, now £15

Certified copies of documents (same day) – previously £60, now £50

Copy of certificate of incorporation (standard) – previously £20, now £15

Copy of certificate of incorporation (same day) – previously £60, now £50.


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