Newcastle Glassworks Limited – in Administration

Alistair McAlinden and Blair Nimmo were appointed Joint Administrators of Newcastle Glassworks Limited – in Administration (the ‘Company’) on 28 July 2022.

Alistair McAlinden and Blair Nimmo were appointed Joint Administrators of Newcastle Glassworks Limited ("NGL"), Newcastle Glassworks Management Limited ("NGML") and Bricks K5 Capital Limited ("K5") (together the "Companies") on 28 July 2022.

Immediately following the Administration appointments, we completed a sale of the business and certain assets of the Companies to Genius Explorer Limited and Genius Explorer Opco Limited.

Further information on the Administrations of NGML and K5 can be found at -


K5 -

Statutory notices and reports

Notice of appointment 
Proof of debt form 
Creditor's request for a physical meeting 
Creditor’s request to revoke opt out 
Creditor’s request to opt out 
Letter to creditors - Notification of appointment 
SIP 16 Memorandum 
SIP16 Memorandum - updated 
Notice of Administrators' Proposals 
Joint Administrators’ Proposals 
Creditor’s request for a decision 
Notice of approval of administrators' proposals (deemed approval) - Creditors 
Joint Administrators' First Progress Report 
Notice of extension 
Joint Administrators' second progress report 
Joint Administrators' third progress report 

How to submit a claim

If you have amounts due to you from the Company as at the date of appointment, you can register a claim by completing a proof of debt form.

Please send your completed proof of debt form, together with supporting documentation, by email to the case contact or by post to:

Newcastle Glassworks Limited – in Administration
C/o Interpath Advisory
5th Floor
130 St Vincent Street
Glasgow G2 5HF

Supporting documentation for your claim includes invoices, statements of account, proofs of delivery, contracts or any other relevant information.

Alistair McAlinden and Blair Carnegie Nimmo are authorised to act as insolvency practitioners by the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland.

We are bound by the Insolvency Code of Ethics.

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