Wetherspoon puts 32 sites on the market
Pub operator JD Wetherspoon has put 32 of its pubs on the market.
JD Wetherspoon has put 32 of its pubs on the market, located in towns and cities across England.
The properties, which are being handled by CBRE and Savills, are being considered for sale either individually, in small packages or as a portfolio.
News of the disposals follows a hindered fourth quarter sales performance from the Tim Martin-led business.
“Following the success of our earlier marketing campaigns for JD Wetherspoon, we are delighted to be launching these 32 properties to the market," says Paul Breen, director in the licensed leisure team at Savills. "These venues are well configured and fitted to a high standard which will make them appealing to a broad range of potential buyers.”
Toby Hall, senior director at CBRE, adds that the excellent mix of locations in the portfolio is rarely seen in the market.
"With more than half of the portfolio located in London and the south east and other strong locations in the south west, Midlands and north, we believe the pubs represent an excellent opportunity for existing pub operators and new entrants”.
The properties are as follows:
- Barnsley – Silkstone Inn
- Beaconsfield – Hope & Champion
- Bexleyheath – Wrong ‘Un
- Bournemouth – Christopher Creeke
- Cheltenham – Bank House
- Durham – Water House
- Halifax – Percy Shaw
- Hanham – Jolly Sailor
- Harrow – Moon on the Hill
- Hove – Cliftonville Inn
- London Battersea – Asparagus
- London East Ham – Miller’s Well
- London Eltham – Bankers Draft
- London Forest Gate – Hudson Bay
- London Forest Hill – Capitol
- London Hornsey – Toll Gate
- London Holborn – Penderel’s Oak
- London Islington – Angel
- London Palmers Green – Alfred Herring
- Loughborough – Moon & Bell
- Loughton – Last Post
- Mansfield – Widow Frost
- Middlesborough – Resolution
- Purley – Foxley Hatch
- Redditch – Rising Sun
- Sevenoaks - Sennockian
- Southampton – Admiral Sir Lucius Curtis
- Stafford – Butler’s Bell
- Watford – Colombia Press
- West Bromwich – Billiard Hall
- Willenhall – Malthouse
- Wirral – John Masefield
Full details of the properties are available at www.jdwdisposals.co.uk