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Spalding interior design firm ceases trading and is due to be wound up




Classic Interiors has ceased trading and a resolution to wind up the company is due to be considered by shareholders today (Thursday).

The company had a shop in Bridge Street, Spalding, and a typed sign in the doorway informs customers the business has ceased to trade and to contact BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency.

Classic Interiors took over Classic Curtains in December 2014, and its services ranged from window dressings to full interior design.

Classic Interiors has ceased trading. (16363770)
Classic Interiors has ceased trading. (16363770)

After its launch the company opened a second retail outlet inside an established furniture store in Boston.

A statement from BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency on the proposed creditors' voluntary liquidation says : "Notice to creditors of the proposed appointment of nominated liquidators, in the matter of section 100 of the Insolvency Act 1986.

"A resolution to wind up the company is due to be considered by shareholders on 12 September 2019.

A notice in the doorway at Classic Interiors
A notice in the doorway at Classic Interiors

"The following proposed decisions are also to be made by the deemed consent process on Thursday 12 September 2019: that the creditors confirm the nomination of the liquidators appointed by the members as liquidators of the company; where two or more liquidators are appointed, in accordance with section 231, that any acts can be done by any one or more of them and that a Liquidation Committee will not be established.

"For further information please contact Christopher Murphy at the offices of BRI Business Recovery and Insolvency, Room 39, Welland Workspace, 10 Pinchbeck Road, Spalding, Lincs, PE11 1QD on 01775 741020."



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