General information

Name:

Acebring Ltd

Office Address:

The Core 40 St Thomas Street BS1 6JX Bristol

Number: 04002511

Incorporation date: 2000-05-26

Dissolution date: 2016-08-09

End of financial year: 31 December

Category: Private Limited Company

Status: Dissolved

Description

Data updated on:

Registered as 04002511 19 years ago, Acebring Limited had been a private limited company until 9th August 2016 - the day it was officially closed. Its last known office address was The Core, 40 St Thomas Street Bristol.

This limited company was administered by an individual director: Christopher S. who was overseeing it for almost one year.

Financial data based on annual reports

Company staff

Christopher S.

Role: Director

Appointed: 30 March 2016

Latest update: 18 December 2018

Christopher S.

Role: Secretary

Appointed: 04 March 2013

Latest update: 18 December 2018

Accounts Documents

Account next due date 30 September 2016
Account last made up date 31 December 2014
Return next due date 23 June 2016
Return last made up date 26 May 2015
Annual Accounts 2 September 2013
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 2012-01-01
End Date For Period Covered By Report 2012-12-31
Date Approval Accounts 2 September 2013
Annual Accounts
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 2013-01-01
Annual Accounts 20 March 2015
Start Date For Period Covered By Report 2014-01-01
End Date For Period Covered By Report 2014-12-31
Date Approval Accounts 20 March 2015
Annual Accounts 7 July 2014
End Date For Period Covered By Report 2013-12-31
Date Approval Accounts 7 July 2014

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Director's appointment terminated on Fri, 20th May 2016 (TM01)
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