Union Heritage Limited was set up on Monday the 24th of January 2011. Their current partial address is Dublin, and the company status is Dissolved Postmerger. The company's current directors have been the director of 20 other Irish companies between them; 10 of which are now closed. Union Heritage Limited has 1 shareholder. This Irish company shares its Eircode with at least 10 other companies.
- Latest Credit Movement:
- Date of Last Movement:04/01/2021
- Latest Accounts Filed:04/04/2019
- Report Based On Accounts:31/12/2018
- Next Set of Accounts Due:04/04/2020
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- Company Name:Union Heritage Limited
- Time in Business:10 Years
- Company Number:494091
- Size:Small Company
- Current Status:DISSOLVED POSTMERGER
- Principal Activity:[74.15] Management Activities of Holding Companies
- May Trade As:Union Heritage Ltd
- Largest Company Shareholder:
- Registered Address:Ashford House,
18-23 Tara Street,
Dublin 2 D02 Vx67,
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“Great Co. Enjoyed working with them,,
“very nice agent who came to my house, i really liked the personal touch and the way he explained everything to me. thank you very much.,,
“Very happy the agent that called , explained the options very well .Wasn't pushy in anyway,,
“I'm very suspicious about the way uh is conducting its present stance of pulling out of business in Ireland and the feeble communication methods they are leaving behind,,