According to a spokeswoman at Companies House, penalties incurred by Gordon
Ramsay Holdings in failing to submit accounts from 2006 have reached the maximum
£1,000 per year.
Accounts for the 2006 financial reporting year are almost 16 months overdue,
with 30 June, 2007 listed as the due date. Company accounts for 2007 were due by
30 June now almost four months in arrears, attracting a £100 fine on top of
fines for the previous year.
A spokesperson for Ramsay was unavailable to confirm reports that the company
would file accounts by 23 October.
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