Ex-Goldtry pub sites for sale

By M&C Report , 13-Dec-2012
Last updated the 13-Dec-2012 at 08:52 GMT

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A total of 17 pubs, which include outlets from the former Pubfolio and Goldtry estates, have been placed on the market.

The outlets are being offered for sale through Christie+Co on behalf of PwC, the joint administrators of Pubfolio and Goldtry, both of which collapsed in September 2010.

The latest disposals follow a package of 93 closed freehold and long-leasehold pubs from the two collapsed estates, which were placed on the market  in September.

A 74-strong package was placed on the market in February, with a further 49 sites offered for sale in June. In total, c.400 pubs are expected to come to the market, with the remaining c.180 sites due to be split into two further tranches.

Of the initial 123 pubs marketed, around three-quarters are understood to have already been sold to pub operators or for alternative use.

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