Placing a notice in The Gazette

The Gazette provides a permanent official public record of important statutory and non-statutory notices that can be used to support legal and other processes.

When you publish a notice in The Gazette your notice will be published on www.thegazette.co.uk and will be printed in the edition you select.

We accept notices from authorised advertisers and individuals, and check the validity of requests to public notices in The Gazette and for certain notice types request supporting information is provided.

If you are already registered to place a notice with The Gazette, please continue to use your usual submission route.

When do we publish The Gazette?

The London Gazette publishes each working day. Notices should be received before 11.30am at least two working days ahead of publication.

The Edinburgh Gazette publishes each Tuesday and Friday generally excluding bank holidays. Notices should be received before 9.30 am the working day ahead of publication.

The Belfast Gazette publishes each Friday generally excluding bank holidays. Notices should be received before 3.00 pm the working day ahead of publication

Terms and conditions

Submission of a notice will be taken as acceptance of our terms and conditions.

How much does is cost?

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How can I place a notice?

Notices may be placed by:

  • Post, fax or email at the regular price,
  • Webform, template or XML for £20 less (to take advantage of these options please ensure you have a credit account with TSO).

Webforms are easy to use and are available for the following notice types:

  • Deceased estates (Trustee Act 1925),
  • Winding up petitions (companies, partnerships),
  • Creditor's voluntary liquidations (resolutions, meetings, appointments, final meetings, notices),
  • First/interim dividends (personal insolvency).

This year we are launching new notice submission tools and a wider range of notices will be available for online submission. To find more about how to post, fax or email your notice or about using webforms, templates and XML options for notice submission' please contact us.