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New beta website for The Gazette
30 October 2013
The Gazette is pleased to inform you of its new beta site, launched on the 30th September.
Underpinned by state of the art technology, The Gazette has been digitally transformed, and given a complete rebrand to refresh its image. Amongst its new features are:
Helpful editorial content
Intuitive and enhanced search
The existing website will still be available until all the features and content of the beta site have been tested in a live environment with our customers, after which it will be switched off. Please take a moment to visit the beta site, have a look around and let us know what you think.
You can also find out more about the beta website and what it means to you as an advertiser, subscriber or researcher by reading About our beta website.
Insolvency information - delivered to your inbox
20 March 2013
Half of Britain's biggest banks, insolvency practitioners and credit reference publishers take datafeeds direct from the Gazettes as well as a range of smaller, more specialist organisations from government and the private sector.
Did you realise that there are other ways to get information published in the Gazettes? Would it be helpful to receive a regular spreadsheet, XML, PDF or other format?
There a wide range of datafeed subscriptions available. For an idea of whether they could be right for you call or take a look here or call Jamie Burrows on 01603 696 701.
New Price List
28 December 2012
Revised Pricing from 1 January 2013 for the London, Edinburgh and Belfast Gazettes
From 1 January 2013 there will be changes to the charges for placing a notice in the Gazettes.
For both public and private sector advertisers charges will no longer relate to the length of a notice, but will instead be based on the number of events included and the method by which it has been submitted.
Electronic submission, by webform, template or XML, continues to be the preferred means for submitting notices and the new charges offer considerable cost savings for submissions made this way.
View the price lists on our website:
London price list
Belfast price list
Edinburgh price list
There will also be some small increases in the cost of purchasing printed copies of the Gazettes.