In general, you only need to do a set of minutes when there is a change, which is then recorded at Companies House. For example, if a director or company secretary resigns or if a director or company secretary is appointed, a set of minutes should be prepared to record the meeting where these changes happened. Simply filing a form at Companies House does not confirm that this has legally taken place. It merely changes the information held at Companies House. If you want to file a confirmation statement or a set of company accounts, then in most circumstances you will not need a set of minutes to accompany these.