Colliers International to dispose of Deepclear estate

04 October 2010 by
Colliers International to dispose of Deepclear estate

Colliers International has been appointed to dispose of the estate of pub company Deepclear.

The Yorkshire company went into administration in September 2009, while operating 26 pubs in the region.

Acting on behalf of joint administrators Howard Smith and Mark Firmin of KPMG, Colliers International is marketing the freehold and long-leasehold interests of the pubs. Guide prices range from £100,000 to £250,000. Most are suitable for alternative use, subject to planning.

Four of the pubs have already been sold this year while some of the remaining properties are being marketed on an ‘all offers considered' basis and some on a ‘private treaty' basis.

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By Neil Gerrard

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