The directorships endpoint returns JSON objects for each directory involved and registered with the business.
"first_name": "ANDREW IAN",
"locality": "SPEEDBIRD WAY",
"address": "WATERSIDE PO BOX 365",
The town of residence of the director in question.
The directors first name.
The directors surname.
Honorary titles, such as OBE, MBE, CBE etc.
The directors title.
Date the director resigned if applicable. Will return '
The equivalent of the 2nd line of address of the director.
The directors date of birth (month and year) if known.
The county of residence of the director.
The type of appointment of the director
The date the director was appointed.
The directors post code.
First line of address of the director.
The directors nationality.
Any other appointments held by the director
Listed occupation if known. Will return '
/companies/', a search can be performed on directorships by making a GET request to the '
Returned resources will follow the JSON API format and will contain URLs in their '
links' section to the company they are linked to.
To filter directorship search results, append the criteria as request parameters in any order.
The following fields can currently be searched on:
The directors title
The directors first name
The directors surname
The combination of first_name and surname, for example ‘Peter Smith’
The directors town of residence
The directors county of residence
The nationality of the director
The postcode of the directors residence
The occupation of the director
The maximum / minimum date of birth of the director
The type of the appointment
The searches can be combined. For example, to find directorships held by British nationals with the surname Morgan, the query would be:
When performing name searches, the '
name' field searches on full names. For example, the following query will only return directorships held by people called Peter Smith:
While the following search will return all directorships held by people whose name is either similar to 'Peter' or 'Smith', with the most relevant results returned first:
This means that 'Peter Smith' will rank highest, then 'Peter Smith Jones' then lastly, entries like 'James Smith’.
If an unrecognised field name is included in search parameters, it will be ignored.
To also receive the companies the directorships are linked to, append the 'company' string in the 'include=' GET parameter:
The response will be a compound document (see http://jsonapi.org/format/#document-compound- documents for format) containing the original search results along with the companies. All results are paginated.