Rent prices have been revealed for the four Wetherspoons pubs in south London which were put up for sale five months ago.

The chain made a "commercial" decision to sell the pubs which continue to operate as Wetherspoons outlets until they are sold. 

The Wrong Un in Bexleyheath, Bankers Draft in Eltham, the Foxley Hatch in Purley, and the Capitol in Forest Hill were put up for sale in September.

The pubs are currently being marketed by CBRE and Savills, according to The Caterer.

A spokesperson for Wetherspoons confirmed there are no closing dates for any of the south London pubs.

Senior director at CBRE, Toby Hall, said the pubs represent an "excellent" opportunity for existing pub operators.

He adds that there are a mix of locations in the portfolio which is rarely seen in the market. 

The chain, founded by businessman Tim Martin, operates around 800 pubs around the UK and Ireland. 

All rent prices are subject to review, according to the JW Disposals website.

Here are the current rent prices of each south London pub:

  • Wrong Un Bexleyheath:

Leasehold, £75,000 per annum

(Subject to an upwards only review on March 25)

  • Foxley Hatch, Purley:

Leasehold, £46,500 per annum

(Subject to an upwards only open market rent review on March 31)

  • Capitol, Forest Hill:

Leasehold, £108,750 per annum

(Held on a lease expiring September 28, 2025)

  • The Bankers Draft, Eltham:

Leasehold, £40,500 per annum

(Subject to an upwards only review on December 25)