PURFLEET OFFICE SYSTEMS LIMITED

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PURFLEET OFFICE SYSTEMS LIMITED
GRIFFINS
TAVISTOCK HOUSE SOUTH
LONDON
WC1H 9LG
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03535824
Incorporation Date:
26 Mar 1998
Financial Year End:
28 Feb
Capital:
£1,080.00 on 8 Apr 2010
For period ending:
28 Feb 2009
Filed on:
7 Jan 2010
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17 Mar 2017

PURFLEET OFFICE SYSTEMS LIMITED (Company Number 03535824) Previous Name of Company: NCS Management Limited Registered office: Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG Principal trading address: Unit 7, Dolphin Point, Dolphin Way, Purfleet, Essex, RM19 1NG Notice is hereby given that the Liquidator has summoned final meetings of the Company’s members and creditors under Section 106 OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986 for the purposes of having laid before them an account of the Liquidator’s acts and dealings and of the conduct of the winding-up, hearing any explanations that may be given by the Liquidator, and passing a resolution granting the release of the Liquidator. The meetings will be held at Griffins, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9LG on 18 May 2017 at 10.00 am (members) and 10.15 am (creditors). In order to be entitled to vote at the meetings, members and creditors must lodge their proxies with the Liquidator at Griffins, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9LG by no later than 12 noon on the business day prior to the day of the meetings (together, if applicable, with a completed proof of debt form if this has not previously been submitted). Date of Appointment: 23 November 2016 Office Holder details: Stephen Hunt, (IP No. 9183) of Griffins, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9LG. Further details contact: The Liquidator, Tel: 020 7554 9600. Alternative contact: Email: mohammed.khan@griffins.net Stephen Hunt, Liquidator 10 March 2017 Ag GF121567

15 Dec 2016

HEATHROW AIRPORT LIMITED HEATHROW AIRPORT (SPEED LIMITS) NO.1 ORDER 2017 Heathrow Airport Limited hereby GIVES NOTICE that it intends to make the above stated Orders under Sections 6, 84 and 124 and Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 (as amended), and all other enabling powers. The effect of the Orders would be: 1 Maintain the existing prohibitions contained within the HEATHROW AIRPORT (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) No.1 ORDER 2014 except for the following changes: a) Prohibit all vehicles, including cyclists and motorcyclists, to access the following roads: Shetland Road, Croydon Road, Calshot Road, and Conway Road b) Prohibit all pedestrians to access the following roads: Tunnel Side Bores West and East, Tunnel Roads West and East, Stratford Road up-ramp and down-ramp, at Terminal 4, and Constellation Way (up ramp) and Contrail Way (down ramp) at Terminal 2, East Ramp and West Ramp c) Prohibit right turning movements from Western Perimeter Road and from Wings Road into Wallis Road d) Prohibit all ‘U’ turning movements on Northern Perimeter Road at its junction with Nene Road, Neptune Road, and Hatton Road North. e) Prohibit all vehicles, except for HAL authorised buses and permit holders, to access Celsius Road Lane 1 at Terminal 2 Departures Forecourt f) Allow vehicles to access Wings Road in a northbound direction from Whittle Road, and Celsius Road Lane 2 at Terminal 2 Departures Forecourt g) Allow vehicles to travel two-ways on Eastern Perimeter Road between E2 car park and Envoy Roundabout and only allow vehicles of less than or of 7.5tonne to access Eastern Perimeter Road eastbound from E2 car park h) Only allow vehicles of less than or of 2.1m in width (7’0”) to access Stratford Road from the slip road from Scarborough Road. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE 2 Change the existing prohibitions contained within the HEATHROW AIRPORT (WAITING AND LOADING) No.1 ORDER 2014 to impose: i) ‘24 hour clearway’ restriction on all Heathrow roads. 3 Maintain the existing prohibitions contained within the HEATHROW AIRPORT (PARKING PLACES) No.1 ORDER 2014 except for the following changes: j) Provide new parking bays at: Terminal 2: ‘Disabled’ bay on Celsius Road Lane 1 southern side layby one; ‘Police’ and ‘Permit holders’ bays on Clipper Road Lane 4 southern side laybys one and two; Terminal 3: ‘Disabled’ bay on Canberra Road Lane 2 end of layby two; ‘Permit holders’ bays on Chipstead Road laybys one and two; Terminal 4: ‘Permit holders’ bays on Stratford Road Lane 1 only in layby three; ‘Disabled’ bay on Stratford Road Lane 3 layby three; and Terminal 5: ‘Disabled’ bay on Washington Road in layby four; ‘Permit holders’ on Washington Road in layby four k) Remove all London Radio Taxi bays from Croydon Road, Cromer Road West (Lane 1) at Terminal 3 and Washington Road at Terminal 5. 4 Maintain the existing speed restrictions contained within the HEATHROW AIRPORT (SPEED LIMITS) No.1 ORDER 2014 except changing: l) 30mph speed limit restriction on Northern Perimeter Road in both directions between Nene Road and Enfield Roundabout m) 20mph speed limit restriction on Caley Road and Conway Road. The following orders would be revoked: HEATHROW AIRPORT (PRESCRIBED ROUTES) No.1 ORDER 2014 (MTO203(P)) HEATHROW AIRPORT (WAITING AND LOADING) No.1 ORDER 2014(MTO202(P)) HEATHROW AIRPORT (PARKING PLACES) No.1 ORDER 2014(MTO201(P)) HEATHROW AIRPORT (SPEED LIMITS) No.1 ORDER 2014 (MTO200(P)) HEATROW AIRPORT (SHETLAND ROAD) TEMPORARY ORDER 2016(MTO312(T)) Excepted from all the restrictions above include: Anything done with the permission or at the direction of a police officer, traffic warden or traffic police community support officer in uniforms; Vehicle used for ambulance, fire service or police purposes in an emergency; Vehicles used by Heathrow Airport Limited attending an emergency where there is potential for serious harm to any person Exempt vehicles, for the purpose of which a valid exemption document has been issued by Heathrow Airport Limited. Copies of the proposed Orders together with full details may be inspected by prior appointment at Mott MacDonald, Stoneham Place, Stoneham Lane, Southampton, Hampshire SO50 9NW (telephone 023 80628743), between hours 09:00-17:00 each day Monday to Friday. Any comments or objections relating to any of the proposed Orders above must: quote reference ITDSOTON/366906AP, specify the grounds on which they are made, be made in writing and reach Mott MacDonald address given above by latest of 3rd January 2017. Dated 14th of December 2016 Kathryn Leahy Director of Customer Relations and Services, Heathrow Airport Limited LONDON BOROUGH OF HILLINGDON THE HILLINGDON (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (CONSOLIDATION) ORDER 1994 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) (ICKENHAM) (RESIDENTS) ZONES IC & IC2 ORDER 2016 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) (WEST DRAYTON/YIEWLSEY) (RESIDENTS) ZONES Y1 & Y2 ORDER THE HILLINGDON (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) (HAYES END STOP & SHOP) ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (ON-STREET PARKING PLACES) (HAYES) (RESIDENTS) ZONE HY4 ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) (SOUTH RUISLIP) (RESIDENTS) ZONES SR & SR2 ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) TRAFFIC ORDER 2015 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2017 THE HILLINGDON (UXBRIDGE SOUTH) (ZONE U5) (ON STREET PARKING PLACES) ORDER 2007 (AMENDMENT) ORDER 2017 Hillingdon Council gives notice that it intends to make these Orders, which will: 1. Install ‘at any time’ waiting restrictions in sections of road set in the schedule of this notice. 2. Install a shared use permit holder zone U5 or pay & display parking place on Queens Road, Uxbridge - south side from a point 27.2 metres east of the eastern kerbline of Cowley Road, eastwards for a distance of 4.6 metres. Charges shown below. 3. Extend the West Drayton Parking Management Scheme Zone WD3 in Lawn Avenue, West Drayton to include the public highway to the southeast of Fray’s River. 4. Extend the operational times of the Zone HY4 Parking Management Scheme in Fairey Avenue, Hayes from ‘Monday to Friday 9am to 5pm’ to ‘9am to 10pm everyday’. 5. Relocate the Zone IC2 parking place outside Nos. 8 and 10 Milverton Drive, Ickenham so that it is positioned partly on the footway. 6. Establish four pay and display bays operational ‘Monday to Saturday 8.00am and 6.30pm’ outside Thurbin House, Hayes End Road, Hayes. The maximum period for which a vehicle may be left during the permitted hours is two hours, if it displays a valid ticket from a ticket parking machine with charges as shown below. 7. Install Blue Badge holder disabled parking bays at the following locations: • Outside No. 46 Frogmore Avenue, Hayes • Outside No. 36 East Road, West Drayton • Outside No. 67 Bedford Avenue, Hayes • Outside No. 106 Bedford Avenue, Hayes • Outside No. 86 Tudor Road, Hayes 8. Convert an existing Zone H residents’ permit holder parking space outside Nos. 5/6 Kenwood Close, West Drayton to a disabled parking bay 9. Remove the following redundant disabled parking bays: • Outside No. 20 Mahlon Avenue, Ruislip - Convert to Zone SR permit holder parking • Outside No. 4 Winnock Road, West Drayton - Covert to Zone Y1 permit holder parking • Outside No. 7 Winnock Road, West Drayton - Covert to Zone Y1 permit holder parking Charges for proposed pay & display bays outside Thurbin House, Hayes End Road, Hayes. Parking Period Standard Charge HillingdonFirst Cardholder Tariff 30 minutes Free(on displaying a ticket) Free(on displaying a ticket 60 minutes 70p 20p 90 minutes £1.40 40p Up to 2 hours £2.10 60p Charges for the proposed shared use parking place on Queens Road, Uxbridge. Parking Period Standard Charge HillingdonFirst Cardholder Tariff 20 minutes 70p 20p 40 minutes £1.40 40p ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Parking Period Standard Charge HillingdonFirst Cardholder Tariff 60 minutes £2.10 60p 80 minutes £2.80 80p 100 minutes £3.50 £1.00 120 minutes £4.20 £1.20 RESIDENTSPERMITS - £0 - 1st vehicle, all subsequent - £40 per annum VISITORS VOUCHERS First book of 10 per household per annum- free. £5 - per book of 10 thereafter. Copies of the proposed Orders together with full details, plans and the Council’s statement of reasons for the proposals can be seen at Botwell Green, Eastcote, Harlington, Hayes End, Ickenham, Oak Farm, Ruislip Manor, South Ruislip, Uxbridge, West Drayton and Yeading libraries and by appointment at, Civic Centre, Uxbridge during normal office hours until 11 January 2017. Further information can be obtained by telephoning Residents Services on 01895 277006. If you wish to comment on, or object to the proposals please write by 11 January 2017, stating grounds for objection and your home address to Transport & Projects, Residents Services, Civic Centre, Uxbridge, Middlesex UB8 1UW quoting reference 4W/06/14/12/16. Dated this the 14th day of December 2016. Jean Palmer, Deputy Chief Executive & Corporate Director of Residents Services. SCHEDULE - WAITING PROHIBITED ‘AT ANY TIME’ CRANMER ROAD / TUDOR ROAD, HAYES - Install double yellow lines in front of the garages near No. 51 Cranmer Road, Hayes. FERNCROFT AVENUE, RUISLIP - Install double yellow lines at both junctions with Pavilion Way, Ruislip. PAVILION WAY, RUISLIP - Install double yellow lines at both junctions with Ferncroft Avenue, Ruislip. GORDON CRESCENT, HAYES - On the inside of the corner outside No. 19 Gordon Crescent. LAWN AVENUE, WEST DRAYTON - Extend the existing double yellow lines adjacent to No. 2a Fairway Avenue, West Drayton. PALACE ROAD, RUISLIP - Extend the existing double yellow lines adjacent to No. 104 Royal Crescent by 22 metres. ST PETERS WAY, HARLINGTON - Southeast side, from a point opposite a point 2.5 metres northeast of the northeastern flank wall of No. 1 St Peters Way northeastwards to a point opposite a point in line with the southwestern flank wall of Nos. 1 - 12 Woodforde Court. UXBRIDGE ROAD,HILLINGDON - Service road fronting Blenheim Parade, at the junction with Butler Street. BUTLER STREET, HILLINGDON - Near the junction with the service road fronting Blenheim Parade. SUTTON COURT ROAD, HILLINGDON - At the junction with Woodcroft Crescent. WOODCROFT CRESCENT, HILLINGDON - At the junction with Sutton Court Road. BUSHEY ROAD, HAYES - At the junction with Station Road. STATION ROAD, HAYES - At the junction with Bushey Road. MARVELL AVENUE, HAYES - At the junction with Shakespeare Avenue. SHAKESPEAR AVENUE, HAYES - At the junction with Marvell Avenue. LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF THE EAST HAM SOUTH-WEST CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE NEWHAM (EAST HAM SOUTH-WEST) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (EAST HAM SOUTH-WEST) (DISABLED RESIDENT PARKING PLACES) (NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (ANY CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE PERMIT) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 1, 2011) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (CAR CLUBS) (NO. 1, 2007) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Newham proposes to make the above-mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49, 51 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Local Government Act 1985 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the Orders would be to introduce the East Ham South-West Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) comprising the streets and lengths of streets specified in the Schedule to this Notice. The CPZ would operate from 8am to 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive (referred to below as “the operational hours”) and the provisions in the new CPZ would include: • Parking places for permit holders only during the operational hours in Brampton Road, Brooks Avenue, Denbigh Road, Fabian Street, Greatfield Avenue, Hatherley Gardens, Hollington Road, Lichfield Road, Lonsdale Avenue, Marlow Road, Masterman Road, Melford Road, Monmouth Road, Mortimer Road, Noel Road, Roman Road, Sandford Road, Saxon Road and Stokes Road. • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short- stay parking) in lengths of Masterman Road in which vehicles displaying a permit may be left during the operational hours without time limit and vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 30 minutes (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £1; • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short- stay parking) in lengths of Roman Road, Saxon Road and Stokes Road in which vehicles displaying a permit may be left during the operational hours without time limit and vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 2 hours (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour or £3 for up to 2 hours; • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short- stay parking) in lengths of Brampton Road in which vehicles displaying a permit may be left during the operational hours without time limit and vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 4 hours (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour, £3 for up to 2 hours or £4 for up to 4 hours; • ‘Short-stay’ parking places in which vehicles may be left during the operational hours— (a) for a maximum period of 30 minutes (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £1, in lengths of Hale Road, Lonsdale Avenue and Masterman Road; (b) for a maximum period of 1 hour (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2, in lengths of Lichfield Road and Marlow Road; (Payment of the above parking charges would be by means of the Council’s cashless payment system by making an approved credit/ debit card payment by mobile phone or via the internet.) • Any Newham CPZ permit parking places in which vehicles displaying a resident or business permit issued for use in any London Borough of Newham CPZ may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 20 minutes (no return within 1 hour) in Ascot Road, Denbigh Road, Fabian Street, Hale Road, Lichfield Road, Melford Road and Sandford Road; • Disabled resident parking places, operating at any time, for use by disabled badge holders who meet the current criteria for provision of disabled persons’ parking places and display a disabled resident permit, in lengths of Brampton Road, Brooks Avenue, Denbigh Road, Lichfield Road, Lonsdale Avenue, Marlow Road, Masterman Road, Melford Road, Monmouth Road, Mortimer Road, Roman Road, Sandford Road and Stokes Road; ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE • The revocation of any redundant disabled person’s parking places and the conversion of existing disabled person’s parking places to new disabled resident parking places; • Car club parking places, operating at any time, for the use of vehicles displaying a valid car club permit in lengths of Denbigh Road, Hale Road, Marlow Road, Roman Road and Sandford Road; • Waiting restrictions, operating either during the operational hours or ‘at any time’. 3. Residents and businesses whose main address falls within the streets or lengths of streets in the Schedule to this Notice or in Boundary Lane, the east side, or in Newham Way, the north side, between Boundary Lane and High Street South, would be eligible to apply for permits to use the permit holder’s parking places. The annual fee for a resident’s parking permit would be free for the first vehicle in a household, £100 for the second vehicle and £200 for the third vehicle and each additional vehicle thereafter. The fees for business permits would be £175 for 3 months, £350 for 6 months and £600 for a year. Disabled resident parking permits would be issued free of charge and residents’ visitor permits (£12 for 10 permits valid for up to six hours continuous parking; £15 for 5 permits valid for up to ten hours and £25 for 5 permits valid for up to 24 hours); carers’ permits (£10 per year); school visitors’ permits (£15 for 10 permits valid for up to three hours) and trade parking permits (£2 per day or £10 per week) would also be available. 4. Copies of the proposed Orders, together with documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders, can be inspected between 9am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU until six weeks after the date on which the Orders are made or until the proposed Orders are withdrawn, as appropriate. The offices will be closed from 24 December 2016 until 2 January 2017 inclusive. 5. Further information may be obtained by telephoning 020 3373 1279. 6. All objections and other representations relating to any of the proposed Orders must be made in writing by 11 January 2017. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made. They should be sent to the Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic), London Borough of Newham, 3rd Floor West, Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU or by email, quoting the Order title, to: traffic.orders@newham.gov.uk. 7. Persons objecting to the Orders should be aware that in view of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985, this Council may be legally obliged to make any comments in response to this Notice open to public inspection. Dated 14 December 2016 John Biden Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic) SCHEDULE STREETS AND LENGTHS OF STREETS THAT WOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE EAST HAM SOUTH-WEST CPZ Ascot Road, between Mitcham Road and Masterman Road; Boundary Road, the north side, between Denbigh Road and the common boundary of Nos. 217 and 219 Boundary Road; Brampton Road, between Lichfield Road and Lonsdale Avenue; Brooks Avenue; Denbigh Road, Fabian Street; Greatfield Avenue; Hale Road; Hatherley Gardens, between Frinton Road and Lonsdale Avenue; Hollington Road; Lichfield Road; Lonsdale Avenue; Lonsdale Close; Marlow Road; Masterman Road; Melford Road; Monmouth Road; Mortimer Road; Noel Road; Roman Road; Sandford Close; Sandford Road, south of Mitcham Road; Saxon Road; Silver Birch Gardens (for permit issue only); Stokes Road; the unnamed road that leads from Melford Road to St Georges Court, St Marys Court and the rear of Nos. 11 to 47 Brooks Avenue (for permit issue only); and the unnamed road leading off Marlow Road that lies between Nos. 53 to 115 Marlow Road and the rear of Nos. 15 to 21 Sandford Road (for permit issue only). LONDON BOROUGH OF NEWHAM PROPOSED INTRODUCTION OF THE EAST HAM SOUTH-EAST CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE THE NEWHAM (EAST HAM SOUTH-EAST) (PARKING PLACES) (NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (EAST HAM SOUTH-EAST) (DISABLED RESIDENT PARKING PLACES) (NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (ANY CONTROLLED PARKING ZONE PERMIT) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (DISABLED PERSONS) (NO. 1, 2011) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (FREE PARKING PLACES) (NO. 2, 2009) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (PARKING PLACES) (CAR CLUBS) (NO. 1, 2007) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* THE NEWHAM (WAITING AND LOADING RESTRICTION) (AMENDMENT NO. *) ORDER 201* 1. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Council of the London Borough of Newham proposes to make the above-mentioned Orders under Sections 6, 45, 46, 49, 51 and 124 of and Part IV of Schedule 9 to the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, as amended by the Local Government Act 1985 and all other enabling powers. 2. The general effect of the Orders would be to introduce the East Ham South-East Controlled Parking Zone (CPZ) comprising the streets and lengths of streets specified in the Schedule to this Notice. The CPZ would operate from 8am to 6.30pm on Monday to Saturday inclusive (referred to below as “the operational hours”) and the provisions in the new CPZ would include: • Parking places for permit holders only during the operational hours in Alexandra Road, Becket Avenue, Burnels Avenue, Charlemont Road, Edwin Avenue, Flanders Road, Folkestone Road, Gooseley Lane, Hameway, High Street South, Johnstone Road, Langton Avenue, Manbrough Avenue, Mountfield Road, Norman Road, Skipsey Avenue, St Albans Avenue, Telham Road, Vicarage Lane E6, Wellstead Road and Wolsey Avenue; (The above parking places would be marked out on the carriageway.) • Parking for permit holders only during the operational hours in Blaney Crescent, Bream Gardens, Brede Close, Brighton Road, Darwell Close, Eastbourne Road E6, Elderberry Way, Folkestone Road (the part that that fronts Nos. 58 to 120 (even numbers)), Hartshorn Gardens, Holloway Road, Magdalene Gardens, Manbrough Avenue (the part that lies north of No. 20), Masefield Gardens, Mathews Avenue, Paul Robeson Close, Pickering Avenue and Sidney Elson Way; (The above would be indicated by the sign “Permit holders parking only past this point” without any specific marked out parking places on the carriageway.) • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short- stay parking) in lengths of Folkestone Road in which vehicles displaying a permit may be left during the operational hours without time limit and vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 30 minutes (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £1; • ‘Shared use’ parking places (permit holders and charged short- stay parking) in lengths of Flanders Road, Gooseley Lane, Norman Road, St Albans Avenue, Telham Road, Vicarage Lane E6 and Wellstead Road, in which vehicles displaying a permit may be left during the operational hours without time limit and vehicles without a permit may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 2 hours (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2 for up to 1 hour or £3 for up to 2 hours; • ‘Short-stay’ parking places in which vehicles may be left during the operational hours— (a) for a maximum period of 30 minutes (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £1, in lengths of Vicarage Lane E6 (the service road fronting Nos. 3 to 17); (b) for a maximum period of 1 hour (no return within 1 hour) at a charge of £2, in lengths of High Street South and Vicarage Lane E6; (Payment of the above parking charges would be by means of the Council’s cashless payment system by making an approved credit/ debit card payment by mobile phone or via the internet.) ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE • The existing ‘short-stay’ parking places in High Street South which may currently be used free of charge for limited periods between 9am and 5pm on Monday to Saturday, would be converted to ‘short-stay’ parking places in which vehicles may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of either 30 minutes (where that time limit currently applies) at a charge of £1, or 1 hour (where that time limit currently applies) at a charge of £2 (no return to any of the parking places within 1 hour); • Any Newham CPZ permit parking places in which vehicles displaying a resident or business permit issued for use in any London Borough of Newham CPZ may be left during the operational hours for a maximum period of 20 minutes (no return within 1 hour) in lengths of Alexandra Road, Becket Avenue, Burnels Avenue, Flanders Road, Folkestone Road, Gooseley Lane, Langton Avenue, Manbrough Avenue, Skipsey Avenue, St Albans Avenue and Vicarage Lane E6; • Disabled resident parking places, operating at any time, for use by disabled badge holders who meet the current criteria for provision of disabled persons’ parking places and display a disabled resident permit, in lengths of Alexandra Road, Blaney Crescent, Bream Gardens, Brighton Road, Burnels Avenue, Charlemont Road, Edwin Avenue, Flanders Road, Folkestone Road, Gooseley Lane, Hameway, Hartshorn Gardens, High Street South, Langton Avenue, Manbrough Avenue, Marlow Road, Mountfield Road, Norman Road, Skipsey Avenue, St Albans Avenue, Telham Road, Vicarage Lane E6 (including the service road fronting Nos. 3 to 17), Wellstead Road and Wolsey Avenue; • The revocation of any redundant disabled person’s parking places and the conversion of existing disabled person’s parking places to new disabled resident parking places; Car club parking places, operating at any time, for the use of vehicles displaying a valid car club permit in lengths of Alexandra Road, Folkestone Road, Langton Avenue, Manbrough Avenue and Skipsey Avenue; Waiting restrictions, operating either during the operational hours or ‘at any time’. 3. Residents and businesses whose main address falls within the streets or lengths of streets in the Schedule to this Notice or in John Wesley Close would be eligible to apply for permits to use the permit holder’s parking places. The annual fee for a resident’s parking permit would be free for the first vehicle in a household, £100 for the second vehicle and £200 for the third vehicle and each additional vehicle thereafter. The fees for business permits would be £175 for 3 months, £350 for 6 months and £600 for a year. Disabled resident parking permits would be issued free of charge and residents’ visitor permits (£12 for 10 permits valid for up to six hours continuous parking; £15 for 5 permits valid for up to ten hours and £25 for 5 permits valid for up to 24 hours); carers’ permits (£10 per year); school visitors’ permits (£15 for 10 permits valid for up to three hours and trade parking permits (£2 per day or £10 per week) would also be available. 4. Copies of the proposed Orders, together with documents giving more detailed particulars of the Orders, can be inspected between 9am and 5pm on Mondays to Fridays inclusive at Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU until six weeks after the date on which the Orders are made or until the proposed Orders are withdrawn, as appropriate. The offices will be closed from 24 December 2016 until 2 January 2017 inclusive. 5. Further information may be obtained by telephoning 020 3373 1279. 6. All objections and other representations relating to any of the proposed Orders must be made in writing by 11 January 2017. All objections must specify the grounds on which they are made. They should be sent to the Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic), London Borough of Newham, 3rd Floor West, Newham Dockside, 1000 Dockside Road, London E16 2QU or by email, quoting the Order title, to: traffic.orders@newham.gov.uk. 7. Persons objecting to the Orders should be aware that in view of the Local Government (Access to Information) Act 1985 this Council may be legally obliged to make any comments in response to this Notice open to public inspection. Dated 14 December 2016 John Biden Head of Commissioning (Highways and Traffic) SCHEDULE STREETS AND LENGTHS OF STREETS THAT WOULD BE INCLUDED IN THE EAST HAM SOUTH-EAST CPZ Alexandra Road; Becket Avenue; Blaney Crescent; Bream Gardens; Brede Close; Brighton Road; Burnels Avenue; Charlemont Road; Darwell Close; Eastbourne Road E6; Edwin Avenue; Elderberry Way; Flanders Road, east of the eastern boundary of No. 70; Folkestone Road; Gooseley Lane; Hameway; Hartshorn Gardens; High Street South (a) the east side, between the common boundary of Nos. 137 and 139 and Newham Way, and (b) the west side, between White Horse Road and Newham Way; Holloway Road; Johnstone Road; Langton Avenue; Magdalene Gardens; Manbrough Avenue; Masefield Gardens; Mathews Avenue; Norman Road; Paul Robeson Close; Pickering Avenue; Sidney Elson Way; Skipsey Avenue; St Albans Avenue; Telham Road; Vicarage Lane E6; Wellstead Road; Wolsey Avenue and the access road leading from Folkestone Road to Newham Central Depot. 2665540THE LONDON BOROUGH OF BARKING AND DAGENHAM (LOADING AND WAITING RESTRICTIONS) (BOROUGH WIDE PHASE 3) AMENDMENT NO. 3 ORDER 2016 Notice is hereby given that the Council of the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham in exercise of its powers under sections 6, 124 and Parts I to IV of Schedule 9 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984 as amended (hereinafter called “the Act”) and all other enabling legislation and powers and after consultation with the Commissioner of Police of the Metropolis in accordance with Part IV of Schedule 9 of the Act made the above Order, the effect of which will be to introduce; “No waiting at any time restrictions” for distances of between 5 and 22 metres, to protect junctions as appropriate, at the following junctions: 1 Atlantis Close the northwest to southeast arm and Atlantis Close the southwest to northeast arm. 2 Burnside Road and Knight Close. 3 Dunkeld Road and the rear access road to Nos 700 to 730 Green Lane. 4 the east side of Charlotte Road and Richardson Gardens. 5 the east side of Marine Drive and Anchor Close. 6 the east side of Marine Drive and Schooner Close. 7 the east side of the westerly northwest to southeast arm of Roles Grove and the easterly southwest to northeast arm of Roles Grove. 8 the east side of Valence Avenue and Kemp Road. 9 the east side of Vicarage Road at the southern vehicle access to Nos 1 - 52 Bartletts House, Vicarage Road. 10 Haydon Road and access road to Thomas Court. 11 the north side of Galleons Drive and Puffin Close. 12 the north side of Galleons Drive and Shearwater Close. 13 the north side of the easterly southwest to northeast arm of Roles Grove and the easterly northwest to southeast arm of Roles Grove. 14 the southeast side of Marine Drive and Riverdale Close. 15 the eastern end of the east to west arm of Grantham Gardens and the north to south arm of Grantham Gardens. 16 the eastern end of the east to west arm of Simmons Drive and the north to south arm of Simmons Drive. 17 the west side of Marine Drive and Spinnaker Close. 18 the west side of Vicarage Road at the access to the parking area north of 8 Vicarage Road. “No waiting at any time restrictions” at the following locations: ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE 1 The Access Road to Riverside Cottages beyond the southern end of Gascoigne Road on the south side of Alfreds Way, both sides from its junction with the southern carriageway of Alfreds Way for a distance of 21 metres in a southerly direction. 2 Baron Road, west side from a point 2 metres north of the common property boundary of Nos 110 and 108 Baron Road for a distance of 12.4 metres in a northerly direction. 3 Bennetts Castle Lane, west side from its junction with Haydon Road for a distance of 7 metres in a south-easterly direction. 4 Burlington Gardens, north side from its junction with Farrance Road for a distance of 4.5 metres in an easterly direction 5 Canberra Crescent, east side from its junction with Rainham Road South for a distance of 4.9 metres in a southerly direction 6 Canberra Crescent, west side from its junction with Rainham Road South for a distance of 4.5 metres in a southerly direction 7 Dagenham Road, east side from a point 5.8 metres south of the southern kerb line of Harveys Lane for a distance of 19.7 metres in a northerly direction. 8 Devon Road, north side from a point 23 metres south west of its junction with Harrow Road for a distance of 11.6 metres in a south- westerly and then north-westerly direction 9 East Road, east side from its junction with Eastern Avenue West for a distance of 7 metres in a southerly direction 10 Eastern Avenue West, south side from its junction with East Road for a distance of 10 metres in a westerly direction 11 Eric Road, south side from its junction with St Chad’s Gardens for a distance of 5.7 metres in a westerly direction 12 Farrance Road, east side from its junction with Burlington Gardens for a distance of 4.5 metres in a northerly direction 13 Gainsborough Road, south side from a point 5 metres north east of the projected common property boundary between Nos 58 and 60 Gainsborough Road for a distance of 8 metres in a north-easterly direction 14 Galleons Drive, north side from a point 17 metres west of its junction with Seagull Close for a distance of 12 metres in a westerly direction. 15 Galleons Drive, north side from a point 43 metres west of its junction with Seagull Close for a distance of 21.9 metres in a westerly direction. 16 Galleons Drive, south side from its junction Harlequin Close for a distance of 18.4 metres in a westerly direction. 17 Galleons Drive, south side from its junction Harlequin Close for a distance of 9.7 metres in a easterly direction. 18 Halbutt Street, north-west side from a point 58 metres north-east of its junction with Five Elms Road for a distance of 10 metres in a north-easterly direction. 19 Keir Hardie Way, east and south side from a point 6.5 metres north of the common property boundary between Nos 2 and 4 Keir Hardie Way to a point 8.5 metres west of the projected western property line of No.2 to 14 Keir Hardie Way. 20 Lambourne Road, north-east side from its junction with Dawson Avenue for a distance of 14.2 metres in a northerly direction. 21 Leys Avenue, east side from a point 9.7 metres north of its junction with Wellington Drive to a point 10 metres south of its junction with Rainham Road South. 22 Limbourne Avenue, northwest side from the northern kerb line of the parking area entrance for flats Nos 63 to 85 Limbourne Avenue for a distance of 14 metres in a north-easterly direction. 23 Limbourne Avenue, west side from the southern kerb line of the parking area entrance for flats Nos 63 to 85 Limbourne Avenue for a distance of 9.5 metres in a southerly direction. 24 Lodge Avenue, both sides from a point 2.5 metres south of the projected common property boundary of Nos 290 and 292 Lodge Avenue for a distance of 68 metres in a southerly direction. 25 Morden Road, south side from its junction with Whalebone Lane South for a distance of 11 metres in a westerly direction. 26 Porters Avenue, north side from its junction with Lodge Avenue for a distance of 11 metres in a easterly direction. 27 Porters Avenue, south side from its junction with Lodge Avenue for a distance of 24 metres in a easterly direction. 28 Roycraft Avenue the north to south arm, south-west side from a point 7.7 metres north of Roycraft Avenue the west to east arm for a distance of 30.6 metres in a northerly direction. 29 Sovereign Road, South and West Side from the projected common property boundary of Nos 35 and 33 Sovereign Road in a southerly direction to the projected common property boundary of Nos 38 and 36 Sovereign Road, including the turning head. 30 St Chad’s Gardens, west side from its junction with Eric Road for a distance of 7.7 metres in a southerly direction. 31 Stern Close the western north to south arm, west side from a point 29 metres north of the southernmost point for a distance of 10 metres in a northerly direction. ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE 32 Stern Close the western north to south arm, west side from a point 30 metres south of the northern most point for a distance of 10 metres in a southerly direction. 33 Stern Close the western north to south arm, west side from the northern most point for a distance of 22.6 metres in a southerly direction including the property access. 34 Stern Close the western north to south arm, west side from the southernmost point for a distance of 23.4 metres in a northerly direction including the property access. 35 Sterry Road, east side from a point 9 metres south of its junction with Denham Way for a distance of 2.2 metres. 36 Whalebone Lane South, west side from its junction with Morden Road for a distance of 10 metres in a south-easterly direction. 37 Wood Lane, south side from a point 9.4 metres west of its junction with Hewett Road for a distance of 15.6 metres in a westerly direction. “No waiting at any time restrictions” in part replacing “No waiting Monday to Saturday 8.30am to 5.30pm restrictions at the following locations: 1 Halbutt Street, south-west side from the projected common property boundary of Nos 3 and 5 Halbutt Street for a distance of 11 metres in a south easterly direction. 2 Heathway, west side from the projected common property boundary of Nos 405 and 407 Heathway for a distance of 18 metres in a northerly direction. “No waiting Monday to Saturday 8am to 6.30pm restriction” at the following location: 1 Crown Street, north side, from a point 20 metres west of the junction with Rainham Road South for a distance of 53 metres in a westerly direction. “No loading at any time restrictions” at the following locations: 1 Leys Avenue, east side from a point 9.7 metres north of its junction with Wellington Drive to its junction with Rainham Road South. 2 Rainham Road South, south-west side from its junction with Leys Avenue for a distance of 14.4 metres in a south-easterly direction. A copy of the Order, which will come into force on 19th December 2016, and the Council’s Statement of Reasons for making the Order are available for inspection for a period of 6 weeks from the date on which this notice is published at the Planning Application desk, Town Hall, Barking and at the offices of the Chief Executive, Civic Centre, Dagenham between the hours of 9.00am and 4.00pm Monday to Friday. Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that they are not within the powers of the Act, or that any requirement of the Act or any Regulations under it have not been complied with may do so within six weeks of the made date of the Order by applying to the High Court. Dated 14 December 2016 Sharon Harrington, Head of Service, Highway & Enforcement Services Customer commercial & Service Delivery, Town Hall, Barking, Essex IG11 7LU 2665554TRANSPORT FOR LONDON ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 THE GLA ROADS AND GLA SIDE ROADS (GREENWICH) RED ROUTE CONSOLIDATION TRAFFIC ORDER 2007 A2 GLA ROAD (DEPTFORD BRIDGE) VARIATION ORDER 2016 1. Transport for London hereby gives notice that on 7th December 2016 it made the above named Order, under section 6 of the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984. The Order will come into force on 15th December 2016. 2. The general nature and effect of the Order will be to introduce a 12 metre Loading bay on the northern footway of Deptford Bridge outside Nos. 33-49, with the hours of operation ‘No Stopping at Any Time, Except Loading 10am-4pm and 7pm-7am, maximum 20 mins’. 3. The road which would be affected by the Order is the A2 GLA Road, Deptford Bridge in the Royal Borough of Greenwich. 4. A copy of the Order, a map indicating the location and effect of the Order and copies of any Order revoked, suspended or varied by the Order can be inspected during normal office hours at the offices of: Transport for London Streets Traffic Order Team (RSM/PI/ STOT) Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road London, SE1 8NJ The Royal Borough of Greenwich Public library The Woolwich Centre 35 Wellington Street London SE18 6HQ 5. Any person wishing to question the validity of the Order or of any of its provisions on the grounds that they are not within the relevant powers conferred by the Act or that any requirement of the Act has not been complied with, that person may, within six weeks from the date on which the Order is made, make application for the purpose to the High Court. Dated this 14th day of December 2016 Nigel Hardy, Head of Sponsorship, Road Space Management, Transport for London Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, London, SE1 8NJ WELSH GOVERNMENT THE HIGHWAYS ACT 1980 THE M4 MOTORWAY (JUNCTION 23 (EAST OF MAGOR) TO WEST OF JUNCTION 29 (CASTLETON) AND CONNECTING ROADS) AND THE M48 MOTORWAY (JUNCTION 23 (EAST OF MAGOR) CONNECTING ROAD) (AMENDMENT) SCHEME 201— The Welsh Ministers propose to make a Scheme under sections 16, 17, 19 and 106 of the Highways Act 1980 which supplements the proposed M4 Motorway (Junction 23 (East of Magor) to West of Junction 29 (Castleton) and Connecting Roads) and The M48 Motorway (Junction 23 (East of Magor) Connecting Road) Scheme 201-, as supplemented by the M4 Motorway (Junction 23 (East of Magor) to West of Junction 29 (Castleton) and Connecting Roads) and The M48 Motorway (Junction 23 (East of Magor) Connecting Road) (Supplementary) Scheme 201-, (“the Main Scheme”). This Scheme would amend the height of the bridges to be constructed by the Welsh Ministers over the navigable waters of Newport Docks, the River Usk and the River Ebbw as specified in Schedule 3 to the Main Scheme as part of a special road. The elevation of the bridges would increase by a maximum of approximately 1.54 metres to take into account future changes in retained water level within the docks due to climate change and a reconsideration of the navigation safety zone. Copies of the draft Scheme and Main Scheme may be inspected free of charge at all reasonable hours from 14 December 2016 until 31 January 2017, at the following venues: ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government Offices, Cathays Park, Cardiff. CF10 3NQ Monmouthshire County Council, County Hall, Rhadyr, Usk, Monmouthshire. NP15 1GA Monmouthshire County Council, Innovation House, Wales1 Business Park, Magor, Monmouthshire. NP26 3DG Newport City Council, Civic Centre, Godfrey Rd, Newport. NP20 4UR Newport Central Library, John Frost Square, Newport. NP20 1PA ANY PERSON may not later than 31 January 2017 object to the making of the Scheme by notice to the Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ quoting reference qA1174612 and stating the grounds of objection. Please note: Should you wish to object or support, your correspondence will be considered by the project team and we may need to consult with people and organisations outside of the Welsh Government. As part of the process of consulting with others we may pass information to them, including information you have given us and your personal data. We will however, only disclose your personal details where it is necessary to do so to enable us to deal with issues you have brought to our attention. Where a Motorway Scheme becomes the subject of a Public Inquiry (PI), all correspondence is copied to the Inspector of the Inquiry and is kept in the PI Library and is publicly available. A copy of the draft Scheme and Notice can be viewed at www.gov.wales (select ‘Legislation’, ‘Subordinate legislation’, ‘Draft Legislation’, ‘Draft Local Statutory Instruments’, ‘Highways Act Line Orders’). A copy of this Notice in larger print can be obtained from the Orders Branch, Transport, Welsh Government, Cathays Park, Cardiff CF10 3NQ. M D Burnell Transport Welsh Government OTHER NOTICES OTHER NOTICES COMPLETION OF CROSS-BORDER MERGER Notice is hereby given that an order was received by me confirming the completion of a cross-border merger under Directive 2005/56/EC. Details are as follows: Date of receipt of order: 7th December 2016 Effective date of order: 30th December 2016 Merging companies: 1- Cable & Wireless Communications Limited - 07130199 (England & Wales) 2- LGE Coral Mergerco B.V. - 64539539 (The Netherlands) 3 – L G Coral Mergerco Limited - 09909999 (England & Wales) New company: 4 – L G Coral Mergerco Limited - 09909999 (England & Wales) Tim Moss Registrar of Companies for England and Wales COMPANY LAW SUPPLEMENT The Company Law Supplement details information notified to, or by, the Registrar of Companies. The Company Law Supplement to The London, Belfast and Edinburgh Gazette is published weekly on a Tuesday. These supplements are available to view at https:// www.thegazette.co.uk/browse-publications. Alternatively use the search and filter feature which can be found here https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-notices on the company number and/or name. IN THE HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE NO. CR – 2016 – 007036 CHANCERY DIVISION IN THE MATTER OF CLAYDON ALUMINIUM LIMITED (IN CREDITORS VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATION) AND OTHERS AND IN THE MATTER OF ALPHA GLOBAL 7 LIMITED (IN COMPULSORY LIQUIDATION) AND OTHERS AND IN THE MATTER OF CHRISTOPHER TOWNSEND HEARD (IN BANKRUPTCY) AND OTHERS AND IN THE MATTER OF AN OFFICE HOLDER AND IN THE MATTER OF THE INSOLVENCY ACT 1986 NOTICE is hereby given that pursuant to an Order of the High Court of Justice, dated 23 November 2016: Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 171(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of each of the companies listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb of Griffins be appointed as Liquidator in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE CREDITORS’ VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Anderson Cellular & Data Components Limited 05245559 Limited 05245559 Export-Tech Limited 05444437 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 171(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of each of the companies listed below and that Stephen Hunt of Griffins be appointed as Liquidator in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE CREDITORS’ VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number ABM Technology Limited 06366808 Chapter Group Limited 01429608 Chapter Group Properties Limited 01618447 GCB Properties Limited 03691737 Global Trader Europe Limited 05108921 Paduan House Limited 01822657 Purfleet Office Systems Limited 03535824 Company name Company number Relfo Limited 03147468 Scotts Media Tax Limited SC202172 Scotts Atlantic Investments Limited SC256303 SDH Global Source Limited 03984260 Springtime Nurseries Enfield Limited 02890136 Tec Two Limited 04120938 Westdean Associates Limited 04676595 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 171(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the company listed below and that Stephen Hunt of Griffins be appointed as Liquidator in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to (i) be held jointly and severally with Kian Seng Tan of K.S. Tan & Co who remains in office and (ii) take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE CREDITORS’ VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Heritage Pools Limited 03235888 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 171(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the company listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb and Adam Harris, both of Griffins, be appointed as Joint Liquidators in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to be joint and several and to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE CREDITORS’ VOLUNTARY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Leepeck Group Limited 06588438 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of each of the companies listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb of Griffins be appointed as Liquidator in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE COMPULSORY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Court details Amy International Artists Limited 02957872 High Court of Justice 22039 of 2009 Brunel Entrepreneurs Limited 05228358 Manchester DR 2656 of C & E Enterprises UK Limited 05328127 High Court of Justice 5395 of 2006 Clear plc 04347367 High Court of Justice 5499 of 2010 Crystalmews Limited 04678614 High Court of Justice 1081 of 2006 Ideas 2 Go Limited 05437747 High Court of Justice 1079 of 2006 Mavisat Limited 04231969 High Court of Justice 7472 of 2014 Northdata Limited 05332554 High Court of Justice 1080 of 2006 Notebook Express Limited 03623779 High Court of Justice 3452 of 2014 Southern Phonecare Limited 03748231 Manchester County Court 3104 of 2007 Stock Mart Limited 04166958 Manchester County Court 2125 of 2008 T C Catering Supplies Limited 05374594 Manchester County Court 18 of 2010 Textxs Limited 05487404 Manchester County Court 3362 of 2008 Trade Smart Limited 05442531 Trade Smart Limited 19072 of 2009 X Tech Limited 04649197 High Court of Justice 114 of 2013 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of each of the companies listed below and that Stephen Hunt of Griffins be appointed as Liquidator in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: OTHER NOTICES SCHEDULE COMPULSORY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Court details Greenwich Inc. Trading Limited 04391364 High Court of Justice 7164 of 2013 Invokon Limited 04251648 High Court of Justice 246 of 2009 JPL (UK) Limited 04199836 High Court of Justice 5592 of 2013 JSR Trading Limited 07094378 Manchester County Court 2938 of 2016 LCL Realisations Limited 05464770 High Court of Justice 6958 of 2010 London Project Interiors Limited 08465844 High Court of Justice 387 of 2016 R.K. Collections Limited 03864433 High Court of Justice 5991 of 2001 Rivermead Limited 03436818 High Court of Justice 434 of 2009 Scotts Atlantic Management Limited 04590969 High Court of Justice 8727 of 2015 Scotts Film Management Limited 04429201 High Court of Justice 6494 of 2015 South West Construction Services Limited 05456916 Manchester DR 2399 of Tailored Loans Limited 04160266 High Court of Justice 20297 of 2009 Tony’s Enterprise Limited 08691392 Manchester County Court 2022 of 2016 Vehiclematch Services Limited 04951243 High Court of Justice 6209 of 2007 William Old International Limited 02944366 Slough County Court 1063 of 2009 Yasmins Imports & Exports Limited 04306263 High Court of Justice 1471 of 2014 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Liquidator with immediate effect pursuant to Section 172(2) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the company listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb and Adam Harris, both of Griffins, be appointed as Joint Liquidators in place of Timothy Bramston such appointments to (i) be held jointly and severally and (ii) take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE COMPULSORY LIQUIDATIONS Company name Company number Court details Rosecal & Co. Limited 03032223 High Court of Justice 1109 of 2008 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Trustee in Bankruptcy with immediate effect pursuant to Section 298(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the individuals listed below and that Stephen Hunt of Griffins be appointed as the Trustee in Bankruptcy in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE BANKRUPTCY Case name Court details Shazad Riaz Wakefield County Court 243 of 2009 Didar Singh Bhandal Slough County Court 203 of 2008 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Trustee in Bankruptcy with immediate effect pursuant to Section 298(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the individual listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb of Griffins be appointed as the Trustee in Bankruptcy in place of Timothy Bramston such appointment to take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE BANKRUPTCY Case name Court details Ketan Kaushik Thakrar High Court of Justice 7912 of 2008 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Trustee in Bankruptcy with immediate effect pursuant to Section 298(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the individuals listed below and that Stephen Hunt and Adam Harris, both of Griffins, be appointed as Joint Trustees in Bankruptcy in place of Timothy Bramston such appointments to (i) be held jointly and severally and (ii) take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE BANKRUPTCY Case name Court details Edward Dithan Kavuma High Court of Justice 5783 of 2012 Mohamed Munaver Khan High Court of Justice 5442 of 2013 Timothy Bramston be removed from office as Trustee in Bankruptcy with immediate effect pursuant to Section 298(1) of the Insolvency Act 1986 of the individuals listed below and that Kevin Goldfarb and Adam Harris, both of Griffins, be appointed as Joint Trustees in Bankruptcy in place of Timothy Bramston such appointments to (i) be held jointly and severally and (ii) take effect from the date of this Order: SCHEDULE BANKRUPTCY Case name Court details Noel Anthony Campbell High Court of Justice 6342 of 2011 Michael Joseph Conway Chelmsford County Court 121 of 2012 Padraig Dennehy Croydon County Court 1386 of 2012 Victor Gavrillouk High Court of Justice 4669 of 2014 David Harris Telford County Court 94 of 2014 Abraham Rafeal Aryeh Haut High Court of Justice 7785 of 2010 Glenn Richard Lacey Croydon County Court 1267 of 2011 The Order also states that all creditors of the estates listed above do have permission to apply to the Court, on Notice to the Applicant, Timothy Bramston, and the Successor Practitioners Stephen John Hunt, Kevin Goldfarb and Adam Harris within 56 days of this advertisement for the purpose of applying to vary or discharge the Order insofar as it affects the estate or estates of which they are a creditor. Any such notice should be addressed to Griffins, Tavistock House South, Tavistock Square, London WC1H 9LG and marked for the attention of Ian Ramsay. Stephen Hunt – Insolvency Practitioner licensed by the ICAEW Kevin Goldfarb – Insolvency Practitioner licensed by the ICAEW Adam Harris – Insolvency Practitioner licensed by the ICAEW THE FORM CB01 RELATING TO A CROSS-BORDER MERGER, WAS RECEIVED BY COMPANIES HOUSE ON: 5TH DECEMBER The particulars for each merging company are as follows:

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13 Aug 1998 ⇒ Present ( 18 Years ) Company Secretary
Terrence O'rorke
1 Aug 1998 ⇒ Present ( 18 Years ) Director

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UNIT 7 DOLPHIN POINT
DOLPHIN WAY
PURFLEET
ESSEX
RM19 1NG
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BAKER TILLY
2 BLOOMSBURY STREET
LONDON
WC1B 3ST
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WINTER HILL HOUSE
STATION APPROACH
MARLOW
BUCKINGHAMSHIRE SL7 1BT
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GORDONS WS WINTERHILL HOUSE
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MARLOW
SL7 1NT
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GORDONS WS
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MARLOW ENGLAND SL7 1NT
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1 MITCHELL LANE
BRISTOL
BS1 6BU
Changed 23 Jul 1998


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