121 Web Development Ltd

General information

Name:

121 Web Development Limited

Office Address:

Crab Tree Hall Business Park Little Holtby DL7 9LN Northallerton

Number: 10674324

Incorporation date: 2017-03-16

Dissolution date: 2019-09-03

End of financial year: 31 December

Category: Private Limited Company

Status: Dissolved

Description

Data updated on:

Started with Reg No. 10674324 3 years ago, 121 Web Development Ltd had been a private limited company until 3rd September 2019 - the day it was officially closed. Its last known mailing address was Crab Tree Hall Business Park, Little Holtby Northallerton.

This firm was directed by a single director: William K., who was appointed in March 2017.

William K. was the individual who controlled this firm, owned over 3/4 of company shares and had 3/4 to full of voting rights.

Financial data based on annual report

Company staff

William K.

Role: Director

Appointed: 16 March 2017

Latest update: 7 February 2020

People with significant control

William K.
Notified on 16 March 2017
Nature of control:
over 3/4 of shares
3/4 to full of voting rights
right to manage directors
Alan S.
Notified on 16 March 2017
Ceased on 16 March 2017
Nature of control:
over 3/4 of shares
3/4 to full of voting rights
right to manage directors

Accounts Documents

Account next due date 30 September 2019
Account last made up date 31 December 2017
Confirmation statement next due date 29 March 2020
Confirmation statement last made up date 15 March 2019
Annual Accounts
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 16 March 2017
End Date For Period Covered By Report 31 December 2017

Company filings

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Final Gazette dissolved via voluntary strike-off (GAZ2(A))
filed on: 3rd, September 2019
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