PGIR LTD - Annual Accounts

Form: AA - Annual Accounts

31/07/09 TOTAL EXEMPTION SMALL

Filed on: 29 Apr 2010

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Registered Number ########
PGIR LTD
Abbreviated Accounts
## July ####

PGIR LTD
Balance Sheet as at ## July ####
Notes ####
E
Fixed assets
Intangible #
Tangible #
Total fixed assets
Current assets
Debtors ##,###
Cash at bank and in hand ##,###
Total current assets ##,###
Creditors: amounts falling due within one year (##,###)
Net current assets
Total assets less current liabilities
Total net Assets (liabilities)
Capital and reserves
Called up share capital
Profit and loss account
Shareholders funds
Registered Number ########
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(##,###)
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E
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a. For the year ending ## July #### the company was entitled to exemption under section ###(#) of the
Companies Act ####.
b. The members have not required the company to obtain an audit in accordance with section ### of the
Companies Act ####
c. The directors acknowledge their responsibility for:
i. ensuring the company keeps accounting records which comply with Section ###; and
ii. preparing accounts which give a true and fair view of the state of affairs of the company as at the end of
the financial year, and of its profit or loss for the financial year, in accordance with the requirements of
section ###, and which then/vuse comply with the requirements of the Companies Act relating to
accounts, so far as is applicable to the company.
cl. These accounts have been prepared in accordance with the provisions applicable to companies subject to
the small companies regime.
Approved by the board on ## April ####
And signed on their behalf by:
J Hall, Director
This document was delivered using electronic communications and authenticated in accordance with the
registrar's rules relating to electronic form, authentication and manner of delivery under section #### of the
Companies Act ####.

PGIR LTD Registered Number ########
#
#
#
#
For the year ending ## July ####
Accounting policies
Notes to the abbreviated accounts
The accounts have been prepared under the historical cost convention and in accordance with the Financial
Reporting Standard for Smaller Entities (effective April ####)
Turnover
Turnover represents the value, net of value added tax and discounts of goods provided to customers and work
carried out in respect of den/ices provided to customers.
Depreciation has been provided at the following rates in order to write off the assets over their estimated useful
Depreciation
lives.
Fixtures and Fittings ##.##% Reducing Balance
Intangible fixed assets
Cost Or Valuation E
At ## July #### #,###
At ## July #### # ###
Depreciation
At ## July #### ###
Charge for year ###
At ## July #### # ###
Net Book Value
At ## July #### #,###
At ## July #### # ###
Tangible fixed assets
Cost E
At ## July #### ##,###
additions
disposals
revaluations
transfers
At ## July #### ## ###
Depreciation
At ## July #### ##,###
Charge for year #,###
on disposals
At ## July #### #####
Net Book Value
At ## July #### #,###
At ## July #### # ###
Transactions with directors
As at ## July ####, the director owed the company £##,### (#### £###c)

# Related party disclosures
PGIR Limited paid rent totalling £##,### (####: £##,###) to Betterbank Limited, a company in which
John Hall is a director. Betterbank Limited owed PGIR Limited the sum of £### at the year end (####:
£###). J & K Partnership, a partnership in which John Hall is a partner, owed PGIR Limited the sum of
£#,### at the year end (####: £#,###).