Company Type: Private limited with share capital
SIC 2003: 7487 — Other Business Activities Not Elsewhere Classified
SIC 2007: 82990 — Other Business Support Service Activities N.e.c.
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Annual Returns: 13 Jan 2011
Annual Accounts: 31 Jan 2010
|01 May 2012||Final Dissolution|
|17 Jan 2012||First Dissolution (Gazette)|
|09 Jan 2012||Voluntary Dissolution Requested|
|13 Jan 2011||Annual Returns|
|06 Oct 2010||Accounts Filed at Company Registration Office|
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