Website and email requirements for Companies

As of 1st January 2007 UK companies and LLPs require the following information on their website and in their e-mails:

  • • The company name (this might differ from the trading name)
  • • The company registered office (which must be a geographical address not a PO Box)
  • • The company’s registration number and country of registration
  • • An e-mail address where the company can be contacted (requirement not necessarily for e-mails)
  • • If the company is a member of a trade or professional association, membership details, including any registration number (requirement not necessarily for e-mails)
  • • It is also advisable but not essential for the business to place its VAT number on the website and e-mails as well.
    Note – the information must be clear and easily accessible. However, for a website, it does not need to appear on every page; for example, the information can be included on an “about us” or “legal” page. For e-mails, the information can be contained in a footer.

Contact us : reina@bizlawuk.co.uk to see how we can help your business be compliant with UK laws.

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