Qualifying Decision Procedure

SolihullMid SuffolkWarwickB94 6HW52.344862-1.741285B94 6NW52.359035-1.779161IP23 7PX52.2882531.156179Insolvency Act 1986The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 20162020-06-152020-08-072020-08-122020-08-24TSO (The Stationery Office), customer.services@thegazette.co.uk361247363081

In the High Court Birmingham (The Business and Property Courts)

Court Number: 2020-BHM-000354


Company Number: (03949975)

Registered office: c/o Rendle & Co, 9 Hockley Court, Hockley Heath, Solihull, Birmingham B94 6NW

Principal trading address: Former Principal Trading Address: Barric Lane, Occold, Eye IP23 7PX



Notice is hereby given by Plinth 2000 Limited that a decisions of creditors are required by correspondence in accordance with Rules 3.38, 15.3 and 15.8 of The Insolvency (England and Wales) Rules 2016 (as amended) and Paragraph 51 schedule B1 of the Insolvency Act 1986 (as Amended).

The purpose of the decision procedure is to consider the following resolutions:

1. For the approval of the Administrator's proposals

2. The unpaid pre-appointment costs detailed in the Proposal report be paid as a cost of the Administration.

3. For the appointment of a Committee if the creditors so wish and sufficient nominations for membership of the Committee are received.

4. In the event that a Committee is not appointed the Administrator's fees be fixed on a time cost basis as set out in the Fees Pack circulated with the Proposal report and paid periodically from time to time as they are incurred.

5. The Administrator by authorised to draw Category 2 disbursements periodically from time to time as they are incurred.

The final date for votes is

Date: 24 August 2020 - The Decision Date

In order to be entitled to vote, either in person or by proxy, a creditor, including those whose debts are less that £1,000, must lodge a statement of claim in writing on or before the Decision Date, failing which the vote will be disregarded. Secured creditors (unless they surrender their security) must also give particulars of their security, the date on which it was granted and its estimated value if they wish to vote.

Nominations for the appointment of a Committee member must be delivered to the Convenor by the date specified for the lodgement of votes/proxies in the notice and can only be accepted if the Convenor is satisfied as to the nominee's eligibility under Rule 17l4.

Creditors who have opted out of receiving information may vote by submitting a claim form in writing and a voting on or before the Decision Date.

All claims and voting forms must be delivered to Rendle & Co, No 9 Hockley Court, Hockley Heath, Solihull, B94 6HW on or before the Decision Date.

Creditors may require a physical meeting to be convened to consider these Decisions provided that the request is made before the Decision Date and within 5 business days of the deemed delivery of thi9s notice by delivering an authenticated and dated Notice of the objection to the Convener c/o Rendle & Co at the address provided below.

The threshold for a valid objection to the use of this procedure and for the convening of a physical meeting is 10% of creditors by value, or 10% by number or 10 creditors. Creditors means all creditors.

If sufficient requests for a physical meeting are received the Virtual Meeting will not be held and no decision taken. The Convener will then write to creditors to give Notice of a physical meeting to enable creditors to consider these decisions.

Contact details: Richard Paul Rendle (IP No. 5766) who was appointed as Administrator on 15 June 2020. You may also contact Joe Bentley (joe.bentley@rprendle.com) at Rendle & Co, No 9 Hocley Court, Hockley Heath, Solihull B94 6NW or email info@rprendle.com. Telephone number 01564 783777.

7 August 2020

R P Rendle, Administrator