The White Brasserie Company acquires the Village Hall Pub in Chalfont St Peter

11 August 2016

Savills, on behalf of The White Brasserie Company, has acquired the leasehold of The Village Hall in Chalfont St Peter, Buckinghamshire for an undisclosed sum.

The detached, two-storey public house can seat up to 110 customers internally plus an additional 150 in the external terrace and beer garden.  Located on the edge of Gold Hill Common, the property has operated as an independent public house for more than 10 years.

The White Brasserie Company currently has 11 venues in Greater London, Surrey, Hertfordshire and Cheshire, with each offering a combination of traditional English pub and French Brasserie.  The Village Hall is now set to benefit from an extensive refurbishment under its new ownership.

Chris Bickle, licensed leisure director at Savills, comments: “We are pleased to have secured the sale of The Village Hall, which offers a sought after location in The Chalfonts and a customer base well-aligned with The White Brasserie Company.  The licensed leisure market has seen increased activity in the regions around London and the M25, and we expect this trend to continue.”

Mark Derry, chief executive of Brasserie Bar Co, the group behind The White Brasserie Company and Brasserie Blanc, adds: “We were delighted to find a pub with such potential in such a perfect setting.  Each pub we open has its own special character and ambience and we are excited to revitalise this site and make it a much loved venue for locals and visitors.”
 

 
 

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