The popular Birmingham-based pub group, Penn Street Taverns, has announced plans to sell four of its freehold pubs across the West Midlands.
The chain has taken on agent, Christie + Co, to deal with the sales. The pubs it is intending to off-load are the Hampton in Hockley, the Midland and the Beau Brummie, as well as the Bush pub in Wednesday.
The chain has gained a reputation for its premises in the Midlands, operating 15 branched across the counties of Shropshire, Worcestershire, Staffordshire, Warwickshire and Herefordshire.
The Beau Brummie has proven to be one of its more successful branches, drawing in significant trade from its proximity to St Andrews, the home ground of Birmingham City football club.
Noel Moffitt, Director at Christie + Co, who will be handling the sale said the pubs could be bought together or individually, and offered a range of development and business opportunities.
He explained, “These four substantially-sized pubs will prove equally popular with developers and established local operators. The location of the Beau Brummie should ensure it attracts high levels of interest in particular.”