There is a comprehensive range of guidance and support for dealing or working with bankruptcy available on this website.
You can call us on 0300 200 2600 if you wish to speak to someone about:
- a bankruptcy or bankruptcy application, a protected trust deed or the Debt Arrangement Scheme
- or if you are looking for information on the bankruptcy process or are unsure of who to speak to
- ordering a publication or a discharge certificate
- if you want to speak to someone in a specific AiB team
- need to contact AiB for a general enquiry
Accountant in Bankruptcy
1 Pennyburn Road
Legal Post address
LP 4 - Kilwinning
Fax us: on 0300 200 2601
BSL (British Sign Language) users can contact/communicate with us using the online British Sign Language interpreting service for public authorities. Find out more on the contactSCOTLAND website.
Please note that AiB cannot give you advice about which debt relief solution may be suitable for you.
For the name of a qualified insolvency practitioner, contact:
- The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland and/or
- The Insolvency Practitioners Association.
The office of the Accountant in Bankruptcy is located at:
1 Pennyburn Road
The office is situated directly across from Kilwinning train station, 25 minutes from Glasgow.
There are also bus stops nearby with Kilwinning being served by the Stagecoach Express Service which takes approximately 40 minutes from Glasgow.
There are cycle racks available in the hogging area of the car park. You must provide your own cycle lock to secure your bicycle.
AiB is committed to encouraging people to use public transport to travel to the office instead of the car. The office is a short walk from Kilwinning town centre and is ideally located for regular local transport links by bus or train.
The car park is located to the rear of the building and operates a barrier system. There is an intercom at the car park barrier for visitors to contact reception to request access. There are five operational requirement spaces which can be used by visitors. These can be booked by telephoning 0300 200 2600. There are also disabled spaces available.
Opening times and holidays
The opening hours of the office and telephone lines to the general public of the Accountant in Bankruptcy are 09.00 to 16.30, Monday to Friday inclusive.
The office is closed for business on these days:
Public and privilege holidays 2017/18
|Good Friday||Friday, 14 April 2017|
|Easter Monday||Monday, 17 April 2017|
|May Day Holiday||Monday, 1 May 2017|
|Spring Holiday Monday||Monday, 29 May 2017|
|Glasgow Fair Monday||Monday, 17 July 2017|
|Autumn Holiday||Friday, 22 September 2017 (pm only)|
|Autumn Holiday||Monday, 25 September 2017|
|St Andrew's Day Holiday||Friday, 1 December 2017|
|Christmas Day||Monday, 25 December 2017|
|Boxing Day Holiday||Tuesday, 26 December 2017|
|New Year's Day||Monday, 1 January 2018|
|New Year Holiday|
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Press and media enquiries
AiB aims to provide a helpful service to journalists and reply to all media enquiries within agreed deadlines.
For all media enquiries please call our switchboard on 0300 200 2600 or e-mail us at AiB Communications.
Communications staff can assist on queries relating to:
- Operational information
- Statistics, data and trends
- Technical aspects of bankruptcy and insolvency legislation
- Debt Arrangement Scheme (DAS) related queries
- Requests for quotes from AiB officials
AiB cannot disclose personal information relating to specific cases. The Register of Insolvencies is a publicly accessible register providing case information on insolvent individuals and companies. The information is provided for the purposes of making creditors aware of any cases they may have an interest in be able to make a claim for any outstanding debts.
A Media Briefing Pack is available which details our mission, values and services.
If you find any issues with the AiB website, please contact us.
Outside weekday office hours (9.00am - 4.30pm) and at weekends, journalists should ring 0131 556 8400. Calls are logged by security staff. The press officers aim to provide a helpful service to journalists and reply to all media enquiries within agreed deadlines.
It is important to us that complaints are dealt with promptly. If you have a complaint about the service you have received from a department or an official, we will work with you to resolve the complaint in a full and fair way, keeping you informed of progress.
Full guidance on how to make a complaint to Accountant in Bankruptcy is available.