Its concerning that the accounts for the period ending 29 March 2017 still remain to filed when the subsequent year ending 29 March 2018 has also passed....A significant delay in filing accounts does not provide confidence in the company's ability to keep its financial affairs up to date.
Previously, the accounts for the accounting period ended 30 March 2017 were expected to be filed within 9 months i.e. by 30 Dec 2017 but on 18 Dec 2017 the company shortened the accounting period to 29 March 2017 thereby obtaining a 3 month extension in the filing date i.e. until 18 March 2018 but still failed to meet this deadline, so the accounts are well overdue now.
What also strikes out is that on 23 Dec 2015 the company had previously (again) altered its accounting period from 31 March 2015 to **30 March 2015** but the (unaudited) accounts filed on 23 March 2016 are made up to **31 March 2015** (and then subsequently up to 31 March 2016)!