Administration News - written by Caroline Ramsey

The company that runs a chain of popular diners that serve both steak and lobster has been placed into administration, placing the future of its four restaurants into doubt. [more]
A pair of Leeds-based roofing and industrial cladding firms have entered administration, prompted by a period of severe financial difficulties that followed their rapid expansion. [more]
Administrators have been appointed at Countrywide Farmers, a provider of farming supplies, after difficult trading conditions and a failed attempt to sell its retail arm had damaging effects on its fortune. [more]
A luxury yachting company has run aground after announcing that it would enter administration due to a lack of sufficient funding to continue trading. [more]
UK construction titan, Carillion, is set to go into liquidation; putting thousands of jobs at risk. [more]
A firm that develops and designs innovative energy storage systems based just off the Silverstone Circuit has been put up for sale after entering administration this week. [more]
A Kent-based internet service provider (ISP) which was investigated by market regulator Ofcom over allegations it was making “illegal nuisance calls” has gone into administ [more]
A Scottish company that specialises in delivering parts for wind turbines has gone into administration following growing competition and rising costs, costing 21 employees their jobs. [more]
Just for Pets, a Midlands-based pet retail chain of 25 stores, is set to go into administration. [more]
A newspaper in Greater Manchester published for the past 160 years will leave local shelves this week after its publisher announced it has entered administration. [more]
A family-run business based in Tonbridge, Kent, has gone into administration at the cost of around 260 jobs. [more]
A Liverpool women’s fashion brand backed by reality TV stars has entered administration, while its customers have been left “fuming” over missing items and non-exist [more]
A company that supplies Ikea and Easyjet is set to enter administration, with 50 staff expected to be made redundant. [more]
Poundland has placed 99p Stores - the rival discount chain it acquired for £55 million in 2015 - into administration as the high street’s woes [more]
Administrators appointed to a collapsed family-run mechanical installation firm are seeking a buyer for the company. [more]
Administrators appointed to collapsed British sportscar manufacturer Zenos, whose lightweight cars featured on the latest series of Top Gear, are seeking new owners for the business. [more]
A Leeds-based scaffolding firm which creates temporary structures for the events industry has been sold out of administration, saving the jobs of seven employees. [more]
Caterer Peyton and Byrne is in administration after losing two big-ticket clients. [more]
A hotel developer that was creating a landmark £32 million hotel complex in Leeds has fallen into administration due to the insolvency of a linked construction g [more]
A window, door and conservatory supplier based in East Anglia has ceased trading ahead of going into administration, making all remaining staff redundant in the process, reports Insider. Pyramid Windows (East Anglia) Ltd has been supplying uPVC windows, doors and conservatories from its premises on the Guardian Ro [more]