The Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering Foundation

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Company name
The Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering Foundation
Company number
08077332
Legal Entity Identifier
Company type
Private limited by guarantee without share capital, exempt from using "Limited"
Incorporation date
21 May 2012
Type of accounts filing
Full Accounts
Latest confirmation statement
21 May 2017
Next confirmation statement due
04 Jun 2018
Latest annual accounts
31 Mar 2016
Next annual accounts due
05 Jan 2018
SIC 2003
7487 — Other Business Activities Not Elsewhere Classified
SIC 2007
82990 — Other Business Support Service Activities Not Elsewhere Classified
Related names
Queen Elizabeth Engineering Prize
Registered Address
3 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5DG
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Description

The Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering Foundation was set up on 21 May 2012 has its registered office in London. Its current status is listed as "Active". It currently has 5 directors. The company's first directors were Mala Gopal Gaonkar, Edmund John Phillip Browne of Madingley, John Parker, Paul Nurse. The Queen Elizabeth Prize For Engineering Foundation has no subsidiaries.

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Cash

3,407,930 GBP

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Current Liabilities

127,723 GBP

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Net Assets

21,340,868 GBP

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Current Assets

4,536,994 GBP

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Registered Names

FromUntilPrevious Name
30 Jun 2008PresentWidgets R Us Ltd
01 Jun 197030 Jun 2008Widgets Were Us Ltd

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Wikipedia Description

The Queen Elizabeth Prize for Engineering, also known as the QEPrize, is a global engineering prize that rewards and celebrates the engineers responsible for a ground-breaking innovation in engineering that has been of global benefit to humanity. The £1 million Prize is awarded biennially in the name of Queen Elizabeth II.

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Companies House Description

To advance and promote engineering in the UK and around the world, including by promoting research in the field of engineering and the dissemination and application of the reults of such research for the benefit of the public and by encouraging young people. A registered charity limited by guarantee. T/O = Total incoming resources.

Location

3 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5DG
3-4 Carlton House Terrace
London
SW1Y 5DG
United Kingdom

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