Strike-off notice issued for Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons

A compulsory strike-off notice has been issued for homeworking agency Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons Limited.

A First Gazette Notice for compulsory strike-off is a public warning that Companies House will strike a business from its register.

Dated February 27, the notice on the agency’s Companies House entry says: “The Registrar of Companies gives notice that, unless cause is shown to the contrary, the Company will be struck off the register and dissolved not less than 2 months from the date shown above.

“Upon the Company’s dissolution, all property and rights vested in, or held in trust for, the Company are deemed to be bona vacantia, and will belong to the Crown.”

More: All bookings protected as Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons website expires

‘Bona Vacantia’ means vacant goods and is the name given to ownerless property, which by law passes to the Crown.

The entry on Companies House also shows that Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons’ annual confirmation statement is overdue. It had been due in December 2023.

Charlotte Davies is listed as the sole director.

Its website at expired over the new year period and the business appeared to have stopped trading.

Previously, Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons had been working under a commercial agreement with Andrew Earles Holidays of Midcounties Co-op.

Andrew Earle, the owner of agencies in the Hull area, said he had “severed” his relationship with Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons when he became concerned about how the business was trading late last year.

Earle also set up a support team late to help 123 homeworkers and customers affected by the apparent closure of Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons.

He took control of 740 forward bookings and advised customers of a new trading name: Luxe Holidays.

Pictured: Luxury Holidays and Honeymoons website before it expired.

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