Company that ran TwentyOne Bar in Post Office Walk goes into administration
Business / Sun 14th Apr 2019 at 12:07pm
THE COMPANY that ran the TwentyOne Bar in Harlow has gone into administration.
The announcement was made on the London Gazette website by director, Paul Mapp.
The company that ran the TwentyOne Bar, based in Post Office Walk was called Greedy Boys Limited.
The popular nightclub closed last month.
A meeting was set for April 11th.
GREEDY BOYS LIMITED
(Company Number 04166163)
Trading Name: Twenty One Bar
Registered office: 75 Springfield Road, Chelmsford, Essex, CM2 6JB
Principal trading address: 20-22 Post Office Walk, Harlow, CM20 1BD
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Rule 15.13 of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016, that the Director of the above-named Company (the ‘convener’) is seeking a decision from creditors on the nomination of Joint Liquidators by way of a virtual meeting. A resolution to wind up the Company is to be considered on 11 April 2019.
The meeting will be held as a virtual meeting by conference call on 11 April 2019 at 12.00 noon. Details of how to access the virtual meeting are included in the notice delivered to creditors. If any creditor has not received this notice or requires further information please contact the nominated Joint Liquidators using the details below.
Carl Jackson and Andrew Watling of Quantuma LLP, Office D, Beresford House, Town Quay, Southampton, SO14 2AQ are persons qualified to act as insolvency practitioners in relation to the company who, during the period before the meeting date, will furnish creditors free of charge with such information concerning the Company’s affairs as they may reasonably require.
A creditor may appoint a person as a proxy-holder to act as their representative and to speak, vote, abstain or propose resolutions at the meeting. A proxy for a specific meeting must be delivered to the chair before the meeting. Proxies may be delivered to Quantuma LLP, Office D, Beresford House, Town Quay, Southampton, SO14 2AQ.
In order to be counted a creditor’s vote must be accompanied by a proof in respect of the creditors claim (unless it has already been given). A vote will be disregarded if a creditor’s proof in respect of their claim is not received by 4pm on 10 April 2019 (unless the chair of the meeting is content to accept the proof later). Proofs may be delivered to Quantuma LLP, Office D, Beresford House, Town Quay, Southampton, SO14 2AQ.
The Director of the Company, before the meeting date and before the end of the period of seven days beginning with the day after the day on which the Company passed a resolution for winding up, is required by Section 99 of the Insolvency Act 1986: (i) to make out a statement in the prescribed form as to the affairs of the Company, and (ii) send the statement to the Company’s creditors.
Name and address of nominated Liquidators: Carl Jackson (IP No. 8860) and Andrew Watling (IP No. 15910) both of Quantuma LLP, Office D, Beresford House, Town Quay, Southampton, SO14 2AQ
Further details contact: Samantha Dickson, Tel: 02380 336464. Alternative contact: Adam Price.
Paul Mapp, Director
3 April 2019