When you start your new business, you’ll need to choose what structure you’d like it to be in. When you form a limited company, it means that your business will be set up as a distinct entity, and that you won’t be personally held liable should something happen — such as going into debt.
It also means that your business is able to have a number of different shareholders. A public limited company offers shares to the general public, whilst a private limited company is owned by a select group of individuals.
We’re Companies House authorised, and can help you set up your own limited company in as little as three hours. It can also be cheaper to form with us, rather than going to Companies House directly.
We know that forming a limited company can be both parts intimidating and exhilarating, and we're here to take out the fear factor.
To find out if your new limited company name is available, use the company name search box below. We can register a company name for use right away, or form your company as dormant to save it for when you're ready to begin trading.