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Victory Energy

Pre Market Entry since 28 July 2016


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VICTORY ENERGY SUPPLY LIMITED

Company number:
10301050

Micro-entity accounts available, made up to Tuesday 31 July 2018

Accounts next due on Thursday 30 April 2020, covering period to Wednesday 31 July 2019

Company status:
ACTIVE
Company type:
Private Limited Company

Registered address:
1 Guildhall Square, Portsmouth, PO1 2GJ

Incorporated:
28 July 2016

Company Accounts

Up to 31 July 2018

  • Micro Entity Accounts
  • 17 May 2019
  • 2 pages
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Up to 31 July 2017

  • Dormant Company Accounts
  • 23 April 2018
  • 2 pages
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Persons with significant control

  1. VICTORY ENERGY SUPPLY LIMITED
  2. Portsmouth City Council
  3. Utilisoft Limited
  4. Northedge Capital 1 Gp Llp
  5. Northedge Capital Llp

News

13 February 2019
Victory Energy is back on the cards after Labour and Tories vote together

At full council yesterday the unlikely association amended the budget set by its Liberal Democrat administration to demand the £2.5m that would be lost in the company’s closure become part of council spendings.

Portsmouth News

27 November 2018
Portsmouth council confirms closure of Victory Energy

A city council has stood by a decision to close its own energy company. Portsmouth City Council's previous Conservative administration approved the contract to set up Victory Energy, but it was yet to go into operation.

BBC

10 August 2018
Portsmouth council drops own Victory Energy firm

A city council has voted to drop its own energy company at a cost of up to £3.5m. Liberal Democrat-run Portsmouth City Council made the decision at a special cabinet meeting.

BBC