Overview

Looking to run a pub?

The Sir Robert Peel, Stockport, is a lovely, traditional looking pub which is both a popular and well-known community drinking pub. It sits on a corner plot along the high street in the centre of the main shopping area of Edgley. It has recently become available after trading well under the current Publican for many years. It’s a welcoming daytime bar great for live tv sports and after works drinking spot and is also known for entertainment. The Robert Peel really comes into its own when Stockport County are playing, and there’s a vibrant buzz to the place as supporters flood in.

Business Facilities

The pub offers a spacious, main trading area. When entering through the front door, to the left there is fixed seating and a small raised area for the DJ/entertainer which is a supported by the lighting rig. There is also a Pool table and dart board, as well as the community board. To the right, the pub offers fixed and low loose furniture and the bar. At the rear of the pub you will find toilet facilities, plus easy access to the beer garden. A path leads out to the rear exit from the beer garden with additional seating and a smoking solution. As a town centre pub the pub does not include a car park.
We will also ensure any areas that need touching up are completed on this pub.

Its great for TV viewing – six screens feature BT and Sky Sports as well as the racing news.

Accommodation

The domestic accommodation consists of three bedrooms, a kitchen and a lounge.

The local area

Edgeley sits just outside Stockport, just ten minutes walk from the centre of town. It’s set within a vibrant little community, which includes a variety of small and medium-sized businesses as well as residential housing. A large residential estate to the rear of the pub is a great source of trade for the Robert Peel. The pub is set on a busy high street and is within easy reach of the business and commercial areas of Stockport, and within five minutes of the train station. Stockport has plenty of excellent shopping, parks and leisure facilities, and its famous viaduct was immortalised by LS Lowry. The stunning Peaks are also right on the doorstep, as are the pretty villages of rural Cheshire.

This pub may suit

We’re looking for an inspiring operator with personality and strong business acumen. You’ll need to have a passion for retail, a desire to work at the heart of the community and the ability to set and maintain the highest of standards. You may have run a retail style pub before or come from a background of catering with transferable business skills.

About the Agreement

Our Management Partnerships are a fantastic way to run a pub on a self-employed basis, but have the comfort and support of knowing that we are right beside you to guide you through this business venture

You’ll have the peace of mind knowing that the fixed costs associated with running a small business are not yours. Leaving you free to focus entirely on delivering a great retail offer to drive sales and profit.

What’s on Offer

  • Low cost entry
  • Self-employed
  • A ready-made pub with tried and tested food and drinks offers
  • 3-year agreement (3-month notice period) rent free
  • Most of the day to day running costs are covered by us
  • LOTS of support from Punch
  • Accommodation included
  • 5-day Induction course – free of charge is provided together with additional on-going training, a support package and a dedicated Operations Manager to help you develop your business

You only pay for:

  • Labour
  • Consumables
  • Internal Maintenance

* The calculation of the initial ingoing costs assumes a minimum deposit (£3,000 or £5,000) plus legal fees. The subsequent deposit build up can be paid over the term of the contract and up to £100 per week. This can be discussed with an Operations Manager.

 

Financial Information

Initial Deposit*
£3,000
Legal Fees
£295
Maintenance Fund Per Week
£40
Working Capital
£2,000
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