JD Wetherspoon has put five more pubs on the market - taking the number of its pubs currently for sale to 26.

The properties comprise a mix of 11 freehold/long leaseholds and 15 free of tie leases located across the UK. The assets are being considered for sale either individually, in small packages or as a portfolio.

The pubs newly brought to the market are in Airdrie; Cardiff; Ipswich; Leamington Spa and Watford

A spokesperson on behalf of the joint agents said: “We are delighted with the success of the earlier campaign and the addition of five new pubs will continue to attract interest from a large variety of sources. The mix of freehold and leasehold properties gives the portfolio a broad appeal making them suitable for a wide range of investors.

“In addition, the high level of JD Wetherspoon’s initial capital expenditure has already been recognised with one recent buyer commenting that it allowed them to fit out for a fraction of the usual costs and time helping them to refocus the operational style of these properties and be up and trading very swiftly.”

Full details of the properties are available at www.jdwdisposals.com

The properties are as follows:

*denotes new to the market

Airdrie – Robert Hamilton*

Bathgate - James Young

Boscombe - Sir Percy Florence Shelley

Bradford - Sir Titus Salt

Cardiff - Central Bar*

Dagenham - Lord Denman

Dartford - Paper Moon

Ellesmere Port - Thomas Telford

Forest Hill - Capitol

Hammersmith - Plough & Harrow

Ipswich – Robert Ransome*

Leamington Spa -Jug & Jester*

Lincoln - Forum

Luton – London Hatter

Mansfield - Stag and Pheasant

Milton Keynes - David Garrick

Mitcham - White Lion of Mortimer

Newbury - Diamond Tap

Newcastle upon Tyne - Union Rooms

Newport Gwent - Tom Toya Lewis

Nuneaton – William White

Stirling – Proposed Pub & Hotel Site

Walsall - Imperial

Watford – Colombia Press*

West Kirby - Dee Hotel

Worthing - Sir Timothy Shelley