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Community Interest Company Office
While many people may be revelling in the festivities in the lead up to Christmas, there are people sleeping rough on the streets and families that have little or nothing at all.
Take a look at how some of our CIC's are helping to combat male mental health issues
“We want to ensure that our customers “get it right first time” and have devised a tool to help reduce the number of rejections when using the online service.”
Read about the 'much awaited' online accounts facility now available to Community Interest Companies submitting ‘small’ CIC annual accounts. This is a significant development in the Regulators commitment to improve service delivery to CICs via digital services.
Read the latest blog from the CICs office. One team member gears up for retirement having been a part of the evolution of CICs. Jaci gives an insight in to the CICs office over the last 10 years. As the song goes "Time to say goodbye ..."
Read about the restrictions imposed on the transfer of a CIC's assets and how nominating an asset locked body within your articles can have an affect on the fate of the CIC's assets when dissolving
Community Interest Companies and ‘Clean Growth’. How the environmental contribution of CICs and their eco-impact embody this and are making a positive impact to their communities, employees and wider public as community-focused businesses.
I am delighted to announce that the new online incorporation process for registering new community interest companies (CICs) went live on Monday 11th March 2019.
A Burns supper is a celebration of the life and poetry of the poet Robert Burns, the author of many Scottish poems. The suppers are normally held on or near the poet's birthday, 25 January, commonly known as Burns Night.