11. Application under section 962 to make an address unavailable for public inspection by an individual

(1) A section 962 application may be made to the Registrar by an individual whose usual residential address was placed on the register either:
(a) under section 6 (documents to be sent to Registrar), 153 (register of directors), 157 (registration of altered particulars), 292 (duty to keep register of secretaries), 778 (duty to deliver annual returns);
(b) as a service address under section 9 (statement of proposed officers), 157 (duty to notify Registrar of changes of director's particulars) or 781 (contents of annual return),
in respect of that usual residential address.
(2) The grounds on which an application under paragraph (1) may be made are that the individual making the application:
(a) holds public office or has been entrusted with a prominent function in government or at a public authority;
(b) considers that there is a serious risk that he, or a person who lives with him, will be subjected to violence or intimidation as a result of the activities of at least one of the companies of which:
(i) he is, or proposes to become, a director; or
(ii) he is not a director but of which he has been at any time a director, secretary or permanent representative;
(c) he is or has been employed by a relevant organisation; or
(d) is a section 229 beneficiary.
(3) The application shall:
(a) contain:
(i) a statement of the grounds on which the application is made;
(ii) the name and any former name of the applicant;
(iii) the usual residential address of the applicant that is to be made unavailable for public inspection;
(iv) an address for correspondence in respect of the application;
(v) the name and registered number of each company of which the applicant is or has been at any a director, secretary or permanent representative;
(vi) the service address which is to replace that usual residential address on the register;
(vii) subject to paragraph (4):
(A) the date of birth of the applicant;
(B) the name of each company of which the applicant proposes to become a director;
(C) where the Registrar has allotted a unique identifier to the applicant, that unique identifier; and
(b) be accompanied by evidence which:
(i) where the grounds of the application are those described in paragraph (2)(a) or 2(b), supports the applicant's assertion that his application falls within the grounds stated in his application;
(ii) where the grounds of the application are those described in paragraph (2)(c), establishes that the applicant is or has been employed by a relevant organisation;
(iii) where the grounds of the application are those described in paragraph (2)(d), establishes that he is a section 229 beneficiary.
(4) The application need not contain the information described at paragraph (3)(a)(vii) where the application is delivered to the Registrar on the same day as the applicant delivers a section 229 application.
(5) The Registrar may refer to a relevant body any question relating to an assessment of:
(a) the nature and extent of any risk of violence or intimidation considered by the applicant to arise in relation to himself, or a person who lives with him, as a result of the activities of any company of which he is or proposes to become a director or has been at any time a director, secretary or permanent representative; or
(b) whether the applicant is or has been employed by a relevant organisation.
(6) The Registrar shall determine the application and send the applicant to the address for correspondence stated in his application, notice of his determination on the section 962 application within five working days of that determination being made.