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Thursday 17 July, 2008

Keycom PLC

Notice of AGM

RNS Number : 2974Z
Keycom PLC
17 July 2008
 



KEYCOM PLC

NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


 

For information only, Keycom plc announces that it has sent to shareholders a Notice of an Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held at the offices of Beachcroft LLP at 100 Fetter LaneLondon EC4A 1BN at 10am on Monday 11 August 2008.


A copy of the notice is reproduced below:





THIS DOCUMENT IS IMPORTANT AND REQUIRES YOUR IMMEDIATE ATTENTION.  If you are in any doubt as to the action you should take, you are recommended to obtain your own financial advice immediately from your stockbroker, bank manager, solicitor, accountant or other independent financial adviser authorised pursuant to the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000.


If you have sold or otherwise transferred all your ordinary shares in Keycom plc, please forward this document together with the accompanying Form of Proxy to the purchaser or transferee, or to the stockbroker or other agent through whom the sale or transfer was effected for transmission to the purchaser or transferee.










Keycom plc


(Incorporated and registered in England and Wales

under the Companies Act 1985 with Registered No. 3921568)




ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING


NOTICE OF MEETING








Notice of an Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held at 10am on Monday 11 August 2008 at the offices of Beachcroft LLP at 100 Fetter LaneLondon EC4A 1BN is set out on pages 3 and 4 of this document. Your Board's recommendation for voting at the Annual General Meeting is set out on pages 1 and 2 of this document.  To be valid, the enclosed Form of Proxy for use at the meeting should be completed, signed and returned in accordance with the instructions thereon so as to be received by the Company's registrars Capita Registrars, Proxy Department, PO Box 25BeckenhamKent BR3 4BR no later than 10am on 9 August 2008. Completion of Forms of Proxy will not preclude a Shareholder from attending and voting at the meeting in person.





DEFINITIONS

The following definitions apply throughout this document, notice of annual general meeting and form of proxy, unless the context otherwise requires:-

'Act'

Companies Act 1985 as amended or re-enacted;


'Accounts'

the annual report and accounts of the Company prepared on a consolidated basis for the year to 30 September 2007;


'AGM'

the annual general meeting of the Company convened for 11 August 2008 by the Notice set out in this document;


'Board' or 'Directors'

the board of directors of the Company;


'Company'

Keycom plc;


'Current Articles'


the current articles of association of the Company;

'New Articles'

the new articles of association proposed to be adopted at the AGM;


'Notice'

the notice of the AGM;


'Optionholders'

the holders of the Share Options;


'Ordinary Shares'

the ordinary shares of 1p each in the capital of the Company;


'PLUS'

PLUS Markets plc, a company regulated by the Financial Services Authority;


'Qualifying Shareholders

holders of Ordinary Shares on the register of members of the Company on the Record Date;


'Record Date'

close of business on 14 July 2008;


'Resolutions'


the resolutions contained in the Notice;

'Share Options'


the options to subscribe for Ordinary Shares granted pursuant to the Company's Share Option Scheme;


'Share Option Scheme'

the existing share option schemes of the Company; and


'Shareholders'

holders of Ordinary Shares.



 

Keycom plc


(Registered in England and Wales with No. 3921568)



Directors:                                                                                                                Registered Office:


Rod Matthews (Chairman/CEO)                                                                                   University Court

Graham Robertson (Finance Director)                                                      Staffordshire Technology Park

Roger Jeynes (non-executive Director)                                                                                     Stafford

Nicholas Ross (non-executive Director)                                                                                 ST18 0ES




To all Shareholders and, for information only, to Optionholders.



                                    16 July 2008


Dear Shareholder,



Annual General Meeting


You will find enclosed with this letter a copy of the Company's report and accounts for the year ended 30 September 2007. This letter explains the background to the special business to be proposed at the Company's AGM to be held on Monday 11 August 2008 at 10am, at the offices of Beachcroft LLP at 100 Fetter LaneLondon EC4A 1BN.


Notice of Annual General Meeting


The Notice convening the AGM of the Company for 10aon 11 August 2008 is set out on pages 3 and 4 of this document.


Ordinary Business


One-third of the directors, pursuant to the Company's Articles of Association, is due to retire from office at the AGM and accordingly Rod Matthews offers himself for re-election at the AGM.    Resolution 3 deals with his re-election as a Director of the Company.


Special Business


Increase in Share Capital 


As previously stated the opportunity exists for the Company to further consolidate the broadband market in the student accommodation sector. It is recommended that the directors be provided the authority to issue the necessary shares to enable the Company to make acquisitions and deliver such consolidation.


At the date of this document, the authorised share capital of the Company is £3,000,000 divided into 300,000,000 Ordinary Shares of 1p each of which 221,573,378 Ordinary Shares are issued fully paid, 13,201,497 Ordinary Shares are reserved for issue pursuant to outstanding options and warrants to persons who are not Directors or employees of the Company, 8,716,784 Ordinary Shares are reserved for issue pursuant to outstanding options to Directors and employees and 31,250,000 Ordinary Shares are reserved for issue in connection with the completion of the satisfaction of the consideration for the business contracts of Catalyst Management Limited.   The Company intends, subject to Shareholder approval, to reserve up to a further 2% of the issued and reserved share capital from time to time for the grant of Share Options under the Company's Share Option Scheme and a further 170% of the issued and reserved capital to issue Ordinary Shares for future fundraising and to facilitate consolidation. Accordingly, Resolution 4 proposes to increase the authorised Share Capital to £7,500,000 by the creation of an additional  450,000,000 Ordinary Shares.  


  Authority to Allot Shares


Pursuant to Resolution 5, the Directors will be generally authorised for the purpose of Section 80 of the Act to allot Ordinary Shares or to grant Share Options to subscribe for Ordinary Shares having an aggregate nominal value equal to £5,257,239.36 being 525,723,936 Ordinary Shares.


Excluding 53,168,281 Ordinary Shares to be reserved for the exercise of existing options and warrants and for the issue of Ordinary Shares in satisfaction of the consideration associated with the completion of the purchase of the business of Catalyst Management Limitedthe Directors will have authority to allot up to 472,555,654 Ordinary Shares representing 213% of the current issued ordinary share capital or equivalent to 63% of the increased authorised share capital. The authority sought by Resolution 5 will last for the period of 5 years after the date of the passing of the Resolution.

 

Disapplication of Pre-emption Rights


The provisions of Section 89(1) of the Act to the extent that they are not disapplied, confer on shareholders rights of pre-emption in respect of the allotment of equity securities which are, or are to be, paid up wholly in cash.  


Pursuant to Resolution 6, the provisions of Section 89(1) of the Act will be generally disapplied in connection with a rights or other pre-emptive issue and any other issue of equity securities for cash up to an aggregate nominal amount of £5,038,056.54 (being 503,805,654 Ordinary Shares, representing 227% of the current issued ordinary share capital and 67% of the increased authorised share capital). This authority is intended to give the Directors flexibility to issue Ordinary Shares to meet the Company's commitments under existing contracts and to raise additional finance by placing Ordinary Shares for cash and to grant Share Options under the Share Option Scheme. The authority sought by Resolution 6 will last until the conclusion of the next Annual General Meeting of the Company in 2009. 


Amendments to Articles of Association


Resolution 7 proposes a number of amendments to the Current Articles reflecting the implementation of certain provisions of the Companies Act 2006 at the date of this AGM. The proposed amendments to the Current Articles also reflect the implementation of provisions in the Companies Act 2006 relating to directors' conflicts of interest which will become effective on 1 October 2008. 


The principal amendments to be effected by the resolution are summarised in Appendix 1 to this document.


Action to be taken


Annual General Meeting


You will find enclosed with this document, a Form of Proxy for use at the AGM. Whether or not you propose to attend the AGM in person, you are asked to complete the Form of Proxy and return it to Capita Registrars, Proxy Department, PO Box 25BeckenhamKent BR3 4BR, so as to arrive as soon as possible, but in any event so as to be received no later than 10am on 9 August 2008.


Completion and return of the Form of Proxy will not preclude you from attending and voting at the AGM if you wish.  


Recommendation


The Directors consider that the proposals set out in the Notice of AGM are in the best interests of the Company and its Shareholders as a whole. Your Directors unanimously recommend you to vote in favour of the Resolutions as they, and those connected with them, intend to do in respect of their own beneficial shareholdings which amount to an aggregate of 10,236,591 Ordinary Shares, representing 4.6% of the issued Ordinary Shares of the Company.


Yours faithfully,



Rod Matthews

Chairman


 

Keycom plc (the 'Company')
(Registered in England and Wales No. 3921568)
 
NOTICE OF ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an Annual General Meeting of the Company will be held at the offices of Beachcroft LLP at 100 Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1BN at 10am on Monday 11 August 2008 for the purpose of considering and, if thought fit, passing the following resolutions numbers 1 to 5 as ordinary resolutions and resolutions 6 and 7 as special resolutions:
 
Ordinary Business
 
1           To receive and adopt the directors’ report and accounts together with the report of the auditors for the year ended 30 September 2007.
 
2           To reappoint CLB Coopers as the auditors of the Company and authorise the Directors to fix their remuneration.
 
3           To re-elect Rod Matthews as a Director of the Company.
 
 
Special Business
 
As special business to consider and, if thought fit,to pass the following resolutions:
 
Ordinary Resolutions
 
4           That the authorised share capital of the Company be increased from £3,000,000 to £7,500,000 by the creation of 450,000,000 ordinary shares of 1p each (“Ordinary Shares”).
 
5           That in substitution for any existing authority, the Directors be generally and unconditionally authorised in accordance with Section 80 of the Companies Act 1985 (the “Act”) to exercise all the powers of the Company to allot relevant securities (within the meaning of section 80(2) of the Act) of the Company up to an aggregate nominal amount of £5,257,239.36 to expire (unless previously renewed, varied, or revoked by the Company in general meeting) five years from the passing of this resolution provided that the Company may, at any time prior to the expiry of the authority, make an offer or agreement which would or might require relevant securities to be allotted after expiry of the authority and the Directors may allot relevant securities in pursuance of such an offer or agreement as if the authority conferred hereby had not expired.
 
Special Resolutions
 
6           That, in substitution for any existing authority, the Directors be given power pursuant to Section 95 of the Act to allot equity securities (as defined in Section 94 of the Act) for cash pursuant to the Section 80 authority granted by resolution 5 above as if Section 89(1) of the Act did not apply to:
 
(a)        the allotment of equity securities in connection with or pursuant to an offer by way of rights to the holders of ordinary shares in the capital of the Company and other persons entitled to participate therein for cash in proportion (as nearly as may be) to the holdings of ordinary shares of such holders (or, as appropriate, to the number of ordinary shares which such other persons are for these purposes deemed to hold), subject only to such exclusions or other arrangements as the Directors may deem necessary or expedient to deal with fractional entitlements or legal or practical problems which may arise under the laws of, or the requirements of, any regulatory body or any stock exchange in any territory; or
 
 
(b)        the allotment (otherwise than pursuant to paragraph (a) above) of equity securities up to an aggregate nominal amount of £5,038,056.54 (representing 67% of the increased authorised share capital of the Company);
 
to expire (unless previously renewed, varied or revoked by the Company in general meeting) on the day 15 months from the passing of this resolution or at the conclusion of the next Annual General Meeting of the Company, whichever is the earlier, provided that the Company may before the expiry of the power make an offer or agreement which would or might require equity securities to be allotted after such expiry and the Directors may allot equity securities in pursuance of such an offer or agreement as if the power conferred hereby had not expired.
 
7          That the Articles of Association set out in the document produced to the meeting and initialled by the Chairman for the purposes of identification only, be adopted as the Articles of Association of the Company in substitution for, and to the exclusion of, the existing Articles of Association with effect from the end of the AGM.
 
 
Registered Office:                                                                                  BY ORDER OF THE BOARD
University Court                                                                                                 Graham L Robertson
Staffordshire Technology Park                                                                                             Secretary
Stafford                                                                                                               Dated 16 July 2008
ST18 0ES
 
 
Notes:
 
1.     Keycom shareholders who are entitled to attend and vote at the AGM are entitled to appoint one or more proxies to exercise all or any of their rights to attend and speak at the meeting and, on a poll, to vote in their place. To be valid, the form of proxy must be completed, signed and returned so as to reach the Company’s Registrars, Capita Registrars, Proxy Department, PO Box 25, Beckenham, Kent BR3 4BR, not later than 48 hours before the time appointed for holding the AGM.         
2.     Members may appoint more than one proxy in relation to the Annual General Meeting provided that each proxy is appointed to exercise the rights attached to a different share or shares held by that shareholder. You may not appoint more than one proxy to exercise rights attached to any one share.
3.     A proxy need not be a shareholder of the Company but must attend the meeting to represent you. A Form of Proxy is enclosed and instructions for use are shown on the form. You can only appoint a proxy using the procedures set out in these notes and the notes to the proxy form. The fact that shareholders may have completed forms of proxy will not prevent them from attending and voting in person should they afterwards decide to do so. Details of how to appoint the Chairman of the meeting or another person as your proxy using the proxy form are set out in the notes to the proxy form. If you wish your proxy to speak on your behalf at the meeting you will need to appoint your own choice of proxy (not the Chairman) and give your instructions directly to them.
4.     Where the member is a corporation this form must be executed under its common seal or signed by an officer or attorney duly authorised by the corporation.
5.     In the case of joint holders only one need sign this form but the names of the other joint holders should be shown in the space provided. The vote of the senior holder who tenders a vote, whether in person or by proxy will be accepted to the exclusion of the votes of the other joint holders. Seniority will be determined by the order in which the name of the holders appear in the register of members in respect of joint holdings.
6.     The Company pursuant to Regulation 41 of the Uncertified Securities Regulations 2001, specifies that only those holders of ordinary shares listed in the register of members of the Company as at the Record Date shall be entitled to attend and vote at the Annual General Meeting in respect of the number of existing ordinary shares registered in their name at that time. Changes to the entries on the relevant register of securities after the Record Date shall be disregarded in determining the rights of any person to attend or vote at the Annual General Meeting.
7.     Where a proxy does not specifically indicate a vote either for or against the resolution it shall be deemed that the proxy be in favour of the resolution.
 
 

 

 

APPENDIX 1
The principal proposed amendments to the Articles of Association are summarised below. Other changes which are of a minor, technical or clarifying nature and also some more minor changes which merely reflect changes made by the Companies Act 2006 have not been specifically noted.
1.      Form of resolution
The current Articles of Association contain a provision that, where for any purpose an ordinary resolution is required, a special or extraordinary resolution is also effective and that, where an extraordinary resolution is required, a special resolution is also effective. It is proposed that this provision be removed since the concept of extraordinary resolutions has not been retained under the Companies Act 2006.
2.      Convening extraordinary and annual general meetings
It is proposed to amend the provisions in the current Articles dealing with the convening of general meetings and the length of notice required to convene general meetings to conform to new provisions in the Companies Act 2006. In particular, under the Companies Act 2006, a general meeting to consider a special resolution can be convened on 14 days’ notice whereas previously 21 days’ notice was required.
3.      Votes of members
Under the Companies Act 2006 proxies are entitled to vote on a show of hands whereas under the Articles of Association proxies are only entitled to vote on a poll. The time limits for the appointment or termination of a proxy appointment have been altered by the Companies Act 2006 so that a company’s articles of association cannot provide that they should be received more than 48 hours before the meeting or, in the case of a poll taken more than 48 hours after the meeting, more than 24 hours before the time for the taking of a poll, with weekends and bank holidays being permitted to be excluded for this purpose. Multiple proxies may be appointed provided that each proxy is appointed to exercise the rights attached to a different share held by the shareholder. Multiple co rporate represntatives may also be appointed (but if they purport to exercise their rights in different ways, then the power is treated as not being exercised). It is proposed to amend the Current Articles to reflect all of these new provisions.
4.      Directors’ indemnities and loans to fund expenditure
The Companies Act 2006 has in some areas widened the scope of the powers of a company to indemnify directors and to fund expenditure incurred in connection with certain actions against directors. In particular, a company that is a trustee of an occu pational pension scheme, or which has a subsidiary that is a trustee of an occupational pension scheme, can now indemnify a director (of the company or of a subsidiary) against liability incurred in connection with the company’s activities or that subsidiary’s activities as trustee of the scheme. In addition, the existing eemption allowing a company to provide money for the purpose of funding a director’s defence in court proceedings now expressly covers regulatory proceedings and applies to associated companies. The amendments proposed to the Current Articles reflect these changes.
5.      Directors’ conflicts of interests (amendment to take effect on 1 October 2008)
The Companies Act 2006 sets out directors’ general duties which largely codify the existing law but with some changes. Under the Companies Act 2006, from 1 October 2008 a director must avoid a situation where he has, or can have, a direct or indirect interest that conflicts, or possibly may conflict, with the company’s interests. The requirement is very broad and could apply, for example, if a director becomes a director of another company or a trustee of another organisation. The Companies Act 2006 allows directors of public companies to authorise conflicts and potential conflicts where appropriate, where the articles of association contain a provision to this effect. The Companies Act 2006 also allows the articles of association to contain other provisions for dealing with directors’ conflicts of interest to avoid a breach of duty. The changes proposed for the New Articles give the directors authority to approve such situations and to include other provisions to allow conflicts of interest to be dealt with in a similar way to the current position. 
There are safeguards that will apply when directors decide whether to authorise a conflict or potential conflict. First, only directors who have no interest in the matter being considered will be able to take the relevant decision, and secondly, in taking the decision the directors must act in a way they consider, in good faith, will be most likely to promote the company’s success. The directors will be able to impose limits or conditions when giving authorisation if they think this is appropriate.
It is also proposed that the New Articles should contain provisions relating to confidential information, attendance at board meetings and availability of board papers to protect a director being in breach of duty if a conflict of interest or potential conflict of interest arises. These provisions will only apply where the position giving rise to the potential conflict has previously been authorised by the directors.
These new provisions relating to conflicts of interest will not take effect until 1 October 2008 when the statutory provisions take effect.
6.      Electronic and web communication
Provisions of the Companies Act 2006 which came into force in January 2007 enable companies to communicate with members by electronic and/or web site communications. The New Articles continue to allow communications to members in electronic form and, in addition, they also permit the Company to take advantage of the new provisions relating to web site communications. Before the Company can communicate with a member by means of web site communication, the relevant member must be asked individually by the Company to agree that the Company may send or supply documents or information to him by means of a web site, and the Company must either have received a positive response or have received no response within the period of 28 days beginning with the date on which the request was sent. The Company will notify the member (either in writing or by other permitted means) when a relevant document or information is placed on the web site and a member can always request a hard copy version of the document or information.
A full copy of the proposed New Articles is available for inspection at the registered office of Keycom plc during normal business hours on any day (except Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays) from the date of this Notice, and at the place of the AGM from 9.30am on the day of the AGM until the conclusion of the AGM. They are also available to view at the Company's website www.keycom.co.uk.

It is anticipated that further amendments will need to be made to the New Articles at the Company's next AGM to reflect the other parts of the Companies Act 2006 becoming operative next year.


 

FORM OF PROXY
Keycom plc
for Annual General Meeting
 
For use by holders of ordinary shares of 1p each in Keycom plc
in respect of the Annual General Meeting
to be held at the offices of Beachcroft LLP at 100 Fetter Lane, London EC4A 1BN
on Monday 11 August 2008at 10am and at any adjournment thereof.
 
I/We                                                                                                            
 
of                                                                                                  being a Member(s) of Keycom plc,
 
hereby appoint                                                                of                                                               
 
or failing him the Chairman of the Meeting as my/our proxy to vote for me/us on my/our behalf at the Annual General Meeting of the Company to be held on Monday 11 August 2008 at 10am and at any adjournment thereof:
 
I/We direct the proxy to vote on the business of the Meeting as indicated below. If no specific direction as to voting is given, the proxy will vote or abstain at his discretion, as he will on any matter arising at the Meeting.
 

 
 
For
Against
 
ORDINARY RESOLUTIONS
 
 
1
To receive and adopt the report and accounts for the year ended 30 September 2007
 
 
2
To re-appoint CLB Coopers as the auditors of the Company and to authorise the Directors to fix their remuneration
 
 
3
To re-elect Rod Matthews as a director
 
 
 
4
To increase the share capital
 
 
 
5
To grant authority to allot shares
 
 
 
 
SPECIAL RESOLUTION
 
 
6
To disapply pre-emption rights
 
 
 
7
To adopt the new articles of association
 
 
 
 
 

Enter the number of shares in relation to which your proxy is authorised to vote or leave blank to authorise your proxy to act in relation to your full entitlement.
 
 
 
Please tick here if this proxy appointment is one of multiple appointments being made. For the appointment of more than one proxy, refer to note 4 below.
 
 
Signed
 
                                                     
On this                                Day of                                2008
 
 
 
Notes
1.      Keycom shareholders who are entitled to attend and vote at the AGM are entitled to appoint one or more proxies to exercise all or any of their rights to attend and speak at the meeting and, on a poll, to vote in their place. To be valid, the form of proxy must be completed, signed and returned so as to reach the Company’s Registrars, Capita Registrars, Proxy Department, PO Box 25, Beckenham, Kent BR3 4BR, not later than 48 hours before the time appointed for holding the AGM.    
2.      Members may appoint more than one proxy in relation to the Annual General Meeting provided that each proxy is appointed to exercise the rights attached to a different share or shares held by that shareholder. You may not appoint more than one proxy to exercise rights attached to any one share.
3.      A proxy need not be a shareholder of the Company but must attend the meeting to represent you. You can appoint the Chairman of the Meeting, or any other person, as your proxy. If you wish to appoint someone other than the Chairman, please insert the name and address of your appointee. You can instruct your proxy how to vote on each resolution on which a poll is taken by placing an ‘X’ (or entering the number of shares which you are entitled to vote) in the ‘For’ or ‘Against’ boxes as appropriate. Where a proxy does not specifically indicate a vote either for or against the resolution it shall be deemed that the proxy be in favour of the resolution.
4.      If you are appointing a proxy in relation to less than your full voting entitlement, please enter in the box next to the proxy holder’s name the number of shares in relation to which they are authorised to act as your proxy. If left blank your proxy will be deemed to be authorised in respect of your full voting entitlement. To appoint more than one proxy, you may photocopy the proxy form. Please indicate in the box next to the proxy holders name the number of shares in respect of which they are authorised to act as your proxy. Please also indicate by ticking the box provided if the proxy instruction is one of multiple instructions being given. All forms must be signed and should be returned together in the same envelope.
5.      Appointment of a proxy does not preclude you from attending the meeting and voting in person. If you have appointed a proxy and attend the meeting in person, your proxy appointment will automatically be terminated.
6.      A corporation should execute the Proxy Form under its common seal or otherwise in accordance with Section 44 of the Companies Act 2006 or by signature on its behalf by a duly authorised officer or attorney whose power of attorney or other authority should be enclosed with the Proxy Form.
7.      In the case of joint holders only one need sign this form but the names of the other joint holders should be shown in the space provided. The vote of the senior holder who tenders a vote, whether in person or by proxy will be accepted to the exclusion of the votes of the other joint holders. Seniority will be determined by the order in which the name of the holders appear in the register of members in respect of joint holdings.
8.      The Company pursuant to Regulation 41 of the Uncertified Securities Regulations 2001, specifies that only those holders of ordinary shares listed in the register of members of the Company as at the Record Date shall be entitled to attend and vote at the AGM in respect of the number of existing ordinary shares registered in their name at that time. Changes to the entries on the relevant register of securities after the Record Date shall be disregarded in determining the rights of any person to attend or vote at the Annual General Meeting.
9.      If you submit more than one valid proxy appointment, the appointment deposited, delivered or received last before the latest time for the receipt of proxies will take precedence (regardless of its date or of the date of execution). To change your proxy instructions simply submit a new proxy appointment using the methods set out above. Note that the cut-off time for receipt of proxy appointments (see above) also applies in relation to amended instructions; any amended proxy appointment received after the relevant cut-off time will be disregarded. Where you have appointed a proxy using the hard-copy proxy form and would like to change the instructions using another hard-copy proxy form, please contact the Registrars. 
10.    In order to revoke a proxy instruction you will need to inform the Company by sending a signed hard copy notice clearly stating your intention to revoke your proxy appointment to the Company Registrars at the address above. In the case of a member which is a corporation, the revocation notice must be executed under its common seal or signed on its behalf by an officer of the company or an attorney for the company. Any power of attorney under which the revocation notice is signed (or a duly certified copy of such power or authority) much be included with the revocation notice.
 
 

 









































Capita Registrars

The Registry

34 Beckenham Road

Beckenham

Kent

BR3 4TU


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