Run a Stonegate Pub - New Oak Brighton, East Sussex

About the Pub

The New Oak is a large traditional community pub well established in the local community of Hollingbury, a residential area to the North of Brighton town centre. The internal trading layout is arranged into three areas served by an "L"-shaped bar servery. The main bar features a mixture of loose and fixed seating with the raised darts area for the six teams that play at The New Oak. The central hub of this section is the lounge area, which is carpeted with a fireplace, sofas and comfortable seating, creating a cosy, warm atmosphere. The rear bar is a sports bar with a pool table, fixed and loose seating and TV screens throughout showing SKY & BT Sport. Externally, there is extensive decking to the rear of the pub and a covered patio area to the front. The New Oak has a good commercial kitchen and is popular for Sunday Lunches and can cater for all types of local function trade. The private accommodation includes four bedrooms, a large lounge with a balcony, a private kitchen and a bathroom. Stonegate Pub Partners are seeking a publican who is willing to immerse themselves within the local community to encourage increased trade.

Business Information

Agreement: Retail Partnership Tenancy
Capital Startup: Est. £11250
Fixtures / Fittings: Est. £15000
Guide Rent: £23000 pa
Potential Turnover: £380000 pa

Regional Manager's Thoughts

The New Oak benefits from all of the facilities that a community pub needs to attract local residents. We are looking for an applicant that wants to be part of the local community and to make The New Oak the centre of that community.

Surrounding Area

Situated on County Oak Avenue, the main target market is from the immediate Hollingbury residential area, just under two miles from Brighton town centre. Hollingbury Retail Park is nearby, and The New Oak is popular with football supporters before and after Brighton & Hove Albion matches at the Amex which is three and a half miles to the East.

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