UPDATE: David Ladley, finance director at Cavalier Bathrooms, said: “We have had a short delay in filing our 2021 statutory accounts and a mis-communication with Companies House. Our audited and signed statutory accounts are being filed later today and show a strong company position. I can assure everyone it is business as usual at Cavalier.”
Cavalier Marketing – parent company of Cavalier Bathrooms, which includes brands Aquadart, Elation, April Products, Tre Mercati and Niagara in its portfolio – has been issued with a first Gazette notice for compulsory strike off.
A Gazette notice declares that a company will be struck off Companies House and cease to legally exist as a result of failure to file company accounts, and gives it three months notice until the company is removed from the register. The deadline for Cavalier Marketing is set for 30th August 2022. According to the Companies House listing, accounts that were due to be filed on 28th June 2022 are overdue (as of 25th August).
West Yorkshire-based Cavalier, which was founded in 1975, acquired Tre Mercati in January 2021, in a move that enabled the company to add brassware to its existing portfolio of shower enclosures, wetrooms, bathroom furniture and cabinets.
KBBFocus would like to apologise to Cavalier Bathrooms for not waiting 24 hours for comment.