Pub group Brunning & Price seeking 10 new sites in next year

08 September 2015 by
Pub group Brunning & Price seeking 10 new sites in next year

Pub group Brunning & Price is hoping to open ten 120-cover sites throughout Lancashire and Kent in the next year, as part of its wider growth over the past two years.

Part of the Restaurant Group (TRG) since 2007, the company is looking to acquire 10 sites with at least 120 seats each in 2016, and has four already in the pipeline. The search will be focused on the West Midlands and towns such as Milton Keynes, York, Stratford Upon Avon, Oxford, and Cheltenham as well as along the M4 motorway.

It currently has 55 pubs split between the North West and South East, and has acquired 11 properties in the past two years. These include the Wobbly Wheel, near Banbury and the Jolly Farmers, Betchworth.

The company has enlisted specialist advisers Christie + Co to search for appropriate sites.

Simon Chaplin, director, corporate pubs and restaurants, Christie + Co, commented: "We're very pleased to have a flourishing and long standing relationship with Brunning & Price leading to their most recent successful purchases of these three pubs in the last few months. As they continue with expansion…we are looking for suitable buildings and sites bring their individual style and quality to a wider audience."

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