Marston’s secures new-builds consent in south-east

By John Harrington

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Marston's aims to open 20 new-builds by the end of this month
Marston's aims to open 20 new-builds by the end of this month
Marston’s, the brewer and pub operator, has told the Publican's Morning Advertiser's sister title M&C Report it has secured planning consent for three more new-build sites in the south-east, as it revealed details of its latest new-build in the region.

The currently unnamed 180-cover pub in Crawley, West Sussex, will launch in November and 50  jobs will be created.

“We’re extremely excited about our latest pub, in Crawley, which we hope will build a great reputation locally, offering top-quality pub food and an unrivalled selection of cask beers from across the country, ” said Ed Hancock, estates director at Marston’s Inns and Taverns.

“We’ve also secured planning consent for three other sites in the south-east: in Dunstable [Bedfordshire], Maidstone [Kent] and Southend [Essex]. Aside from this we redeveloped a pub in Shoreham [West Sussex], which opened in the summer.

“We are really excited about our progress in this region and look forward to more openings in the future.”

At its most recent trading update, Marston’s said it had opened 16 new-builds in the 10 weeks to 20 July and is aiming for 20 in its current financial year, which ends at the end of this month.

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