LECWAY SERVICES LIMITED

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Address

LECWAY SERVICES LIMITED
150 ALDERSGATE STREET
LONDON
EC1A 4AB
(664 companies also use this postcode, this might be a mail forwarding service address)

Classification:

Electrical installation

Legal Information

Company Registration No.:
06415727
Incorporation Date:
1 Nov 2007
Financial Year End:
30 Sep
Capital:
£100.00 on 5 Dec 2013
For period ending:
30 Sep 2013
Filed on:
14 Jan 2014
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Directors & Shareholder Information
As at:
1 Nov 2013
Filed on:
5 Dec 2013
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Notices published in the Gazette

6 Mar 2015

COLLARD & PARTNERS LIMITED (IN ADMINISTRATION) AND OTHERS AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986 NOTICE is hereby given that, pursuant to the order in the Chancery Division of the High Court dated 12 January 2015: Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint administrator of the following company subject to administration and Neville Edward Side of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint administrator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Court details Collard & Partners Limited 00999331 High Court of Justice 2144 of 2003 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint administrator of the following companies subject to administration and Jeremy Willmont and Neville Edward Side of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint administrators in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Court details Thalia Investments Limited 06203161 High Court of Justice 10350 of 2011 West Raynham Park Development Limited 15095IBC2007 High Court of Justice 10352 of 2011 Raynham Investments Limited 15096IBC2007 High Court of Justice 10354 of 2011 Raynham Technical Limited 15098IBC2007 High Court of Justice 10353 of 2011 Raynham Housing Limited 15097IBC2007 High Court of Justice 10351 of 2011 Manhattan St. James’s Limited 06060195 High Court of Justice 960 of 2014 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint administrator of the following companies subject to administration and Jeremy Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint administrator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Court details The Consumer Loans Company Limited 02173037 High Court of Justice Manchester District Registry 3677 of 2013 NMB Mortgage Acquisition Company Limited 06185404 High Court of Justice Manchester District Registry 3676 of 2013 Arise Capital Limited 08038304 High Court of Justice Leeds District Registry 711 of 2014 East Close Limited 06208390 High Court of Justice 8688 of 2012 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole trustee in bankruptcy of the following individual subject to bankruptcy and Jeremy Mark Willmont and Emma Sayers of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint trustees in bankruptcy in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Court details Richard Stanley Harradine Kingston County Court 37 of 2000 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole trustee in bankruptcy of the following individual subject to bankruptcy and Stephen Anthony John Ramsbottom and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint trustees in bankruptcy in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Court details Roger Keith Pickering Nottingham County Court 1587 of 2010 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint trustee in bankruptcy of the following individual subject to bankruptcy and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint trustee in bankruptcy in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Court details Joseph Michael Garcia High Court of Justice 3591 of 2013 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint supervisor of the following company subject to a company voluntary arrangement and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint supervisor in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Court details Aquarius Systems Limited 05110982 Bristol County Court 366 of 2014 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont and Neville Edward Side of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint liquidators in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Thruvision Limited 04995276 Jigsaw7 Limited 04747938 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Stephen Anthony John Ramsbottom and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint liquidators in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: OTHER NOTICES Name of case Company number Meade Capital Management Limited William Sapcote (Hockley) Limited 04594561 City Linen Services Limited 04552068 Site Services International Limited 03959346 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Banson Electric Company Limited 01221016 Lecway Services Limited 06415727 The NMB Group Limited 02042470 AWIGroup Limited 00244229 Erven Children’s Services Limited 07682786 Apex Roofing and Cladding Limited 01136840 MWG Aluminium Architectural Systems Limited The Bi Folding Door Factory Limited 08200059 A. Baker & Sons (Jewellers & Silversmiths) Limited KSB Design Limited 06452891 Netshield Limited 03257658 Delta Civil Engineering Group (Holdings) Limited DCEC Realisations Limited 00956262 Aston Hall Solutions Limited 08267334 Skylark 2013 Limited 03681181 Annatrans Solutions Limited 07848283 I H S Consultants Limited 03234782 Instant UK Limited 04934666 MFH Helicopters Limited 02204219 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as sole liquidator: Name of case Company number DWW Group Holding Limited 06374220 DWW Investments LLP OC332122 SS Realisations 2012 02124695 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Emma Sayers of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Lauren Lloyd Limited 03216804 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and William Guy Beach of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Landbank Limited 04369974 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Neville Edward Side of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Partner Logistics Holding UK Limited Brandspace Group Limited 05973040 Brandspace (London) Limited 04176624 Brandspace (Wilmslow) Limited 04175866 Brandspace Poster Media Limited 04141393 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Stephen Anthony John Ramsbottom of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number M. Gordon & Sons Limited 01243836 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont and William Guy Beach of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as joint liquidators: Name of case Company number RDA Realisations 2010 Limited Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to creditors’ voluntary liquidation and Duncan Kenric Swift of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as sole liquidator: Name of case Company number David White Enterprises LLP OC302107 White Enterprises LLP OC362296 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to members’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as sole liquidator: Name of case Company number BNP Paribas Capital Investments Limited 01960531 Wellfield Partners LLP OC345342 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to members’ voluntary liquidation and Emma Sayers of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number The London Organising Committee of the Olympic Games and Paralympic Games Limited Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to members’ voluntary liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Baltimore Capital Plc 02643615 Crichel Farms Limited 00783913 Evesham Working Mens Club and Institute Limited IP07752R Mechel Service UK Limited 07181783 Anglo-African Machinery Company Limited 00696143 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to members’ voluntary liquidation and Duncan Kenric Swift of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as sole liquidator: Name of case Company number Sienna Group Limited 02570522 Everest Construction Limited 02133030 Synpharma International Limited 02331210 PKC Care Limited 6149593 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole liquidator of the following company subject to compulsory liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont and Neville Edward Side of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint liquidators in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number APJ Construction Limited 03367209 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole liquidator of the following company subject to compulsory liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont and Emma Sayers of Moore Stephens LLP were appointed as joint liquidators in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number E.A.S.T International Limited 01457436 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as sole liquidator of the following company subject to compulsory liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as sole liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Court and Yus Limited 05439908 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to compulsory liquidation and William Guy Beach of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Skylight Maritime Limited 4216341 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following company subject to compulsory liquidation and Emma Sayers of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Acremay Limited 06001324 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to compulsory liquidation and Jeremy Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP shall remain in office as sole liquidator: OTHER NOTICES Name of case Company number TWF Realisations RC000729 Loginex Projects LLP OC333793 Phillip Rodney Sykes was removed from office as joint liquidator of the following companies subject to compulsory liquidation and Jeremy Mark Willmont of Moore Stephens LLP was appointed as joint liquidator in substitution of Phillip Rodney Sykes: Name of case Company number Cambridge Theranostics Limited 04314866 Witham Contract Manufacturing Limited All creditors have liberty to apply, within 28 days of this notice being advertised, to vary or discharge the order dated 12 January 2015. In the case of each bankruptcy and liquidation, creditors should note that: the costs of complying with a request of the committee of creditor for an account of Philip Sykes’s administration should be an expense of the insolvency proceedings; the creditors have the right to object to or make representations to the Secretary of State in respect of Phillip Rodney Sykes’s release within 28 days after this notice has been advertised; and Phillip Rodney Sykes will be entitled to apply to the Secretary of State for his release within 42 days after this notice has been advertised. Creditors wishing to have further information in regard to these transfers are to contact Lynne Moran, Moore Stephens LLP, 150 Aldersgate Street, London, EC1A 4AB. 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Orlygur Fridrikkson
1 Nov 2007 ⇒ Present ( 8 Years ) Director
Tracey Fridriksson
1 Nov 2007 ⇒ Present ( 8 Years ) Company Secretary

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HORSHAM DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED
RENT DEPOSIT DEED - OUTSTANDING on 25 Aug 2011

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18 BURNET ROAD
SWEET BRIAR ROAD INDUSTRIAL ESTATE
NORWICH
NORFOLK
NR3 2BS
Changed 6 Oct 2011

GISTERED OFFICE CHANGED ON 22/09/2008 FROM
13 BARROW CLOSE
SWEET BRIAR ROAD INDUSTRIAL EST
NORWICH
NORFOLK
NR3 2AT
Changed 22 Sep 2008

20 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST ANDREWS BUSINESS PARK
THORPE ST ANDREW, NORWICH
NORFOLK NR7 0HR
Changed 2 Dec 2007

20 CENTRAL AVENUE
ST ANDREWS BUSINESS PARK
THORPE ST ANDREW, NORWICH
NORFOLK NR13 5BT
Changed 26 Nov 2007


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30 Sep 2011 22 Jun 2012 9
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