BJS (YORKSHIRE) LIMITED
Company Number: (11231710)
Registered Office: Blyth Road, Carlton Forest, Worksop S81 0TP
Principal Trading Address: Carlton Forest, Worksop S81 0TP
Notice is hereby given, pursuant to Rule 15.8 of the Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 that the convener/s is/are making the following proposal/s to the creditors of BJS (Yorkshire) Limited:
1. The creditors confirmed the nomination of the liquidator appointed by the members and accordingly, Neil Richard Gibson remains as liquidator of the company.
2. That a Liquidation Committee will not be established.
If any creditors object to these proposals, then they must send the convenor/s a notice of objection by 23:59 on 06 February 2019, otherwise the creditors shall be deemed as having consented to the proposed decision and it will be approved.
In order to object to the proposed decision, creditors must deliver their notices of objection to the convener either by post to 8a Kingsway House, King Street, Bedworth, Warwickshire CV12 8HY, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 23:59 on 06 February 2019 together with any proofs in respect of the creditors claim in accordance with these Rules, failing which the objection will be disregarded. Creditors who are owed small debts (£1,000 or less) are still required to submit their claim in order for their objection to be valid. Creditors have the right to appeal the decision made by applying to Court under Rule 15.35 within 21 days of 06 February 2019. Any creditor who has opted out from receiving notices may nevertheless vote if the creditor provides a valid proof of debt by 23:59 on 06 February 2019.
The convenor is responsible for aggregating any objections to see if the threshold is met for the decision to be taken as not having been made. If the threshold (being 10% in value, 10% in number or a total of 10 creditors or contributories who would be entitled to vote at a qualifying decision procedure) is met, then the deemed consent procedure will terminate without a decision being made, and if a decision is sought again on the same matter it will be sought by a physical meeting of creditors.
The creditors are also invited to determine whether a committee should be established. The committee may be formed if sufficient creditors (being a minimum of 3 and a maximum of 5) are willing to be members. Nominations for membership of the committee can only be accepted from creditors who have lodged a proof of debt, and whose votes have not been disallowed for voting purposes. The nominations must be received by the 06 February 2019.
For further details, please contact: Neil Richard Gibson, G I A Insolvency Limited, 8a Kingsway House, King Street, Bedworth, Warwickshire CV12 8HY, 024 7722 0175, email@example.com, (18042).
Mr L Taylor, Chairman
Wednesday 23 January 2019