Three more Regent Inns sites for sale

14 October 2010 by
Three more Regent Inns sites for sale

Three sites owned by Regent Inns, which went into administration in October last year, have been put up for sale.

Property agent Christie + Co is marketing the properties on behalf of administrator BDO.

The three sites are the Old Orleans]( in Plymouth, Devon; the [Walkabout in Hanley](, Staffordshire; and the [Stone House]( in Hertford, Hertfordshire.

Offers are being sought for the sites on an individual or group basis.

Earlier this year, Christie + Co re-let the former Bar Risa/Jongleurs in Nottingham to Comic Enterprises and the former Bar Risa/Jongleurs in Oxford to Cavendish Bars, also both on behalf of BDO.

Regent Inns goes into administration >>

Regent Inns reports £58.1m loss >>

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By Neil Gerrard

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