Pubs in Chesterfield, Cardiff and Doncaster are on the list of affected sites.
A spokesperson for the chain said: “Wetherspoon continues to invest in its business and recently reopened The Square Peg in Birmingham and The Lord Palmerston in Southsea following major renovations which cost approximately £1.5 million .
JD Wetherspoon currently owns 822 pubs
“The company is also working on plans for a number of new pubs and hotels as well as major upgrades to existing pubs, involving a total investment of approximately £100 million.”
Full list of 11 more Wetherspoon pubs available for sale
- Pontlottin, Abertillery
- Ivor Davies, Cardiff
- Spa Lane Vaults, Chesterfield
- Gate House, Doncaster
- The Market Cross, Holywell
- Regent in Ashfield, Kirkby
- Mockbeggar Hall, Moreton
- The Han Line, St Ives
- Sir Norman Roy, Shipley
- Sir Daniel Arms, Swindon
- The White Hart, Todmorden
Paul Breen, director of Savills, commented: “These substantial and well-invested pubs are likely to attract a wide range of potential buyers.”
Toby Hall, senior director at CBRE, said: “All pubs are in long-established and proven trading locations making them ideal for both existing pub operators and new entrants.”
JD Wetherspoon announced it was putting 32 pubs up for sale last year. Many of these locations have since closed.
These 11 JD Wetherspoon pubs that have been put up for sale are a mix of 10 freehold and one leasehold