Two Wetherspoons pubs across south London are still up for sale, two years after going on the market.

The Wrong Un in Bexleyheath, Bankers Draft in Eltham, the Asparagus in Battersea, the Capitol in Forest Hill, and the Foxley Hutch in Purley were the five Wetherspoons pubs in south London put up for sale in September 2022.

A commercial decision was made by the chain to sell the pubs which will continue to operate as Wetherspoons outlets until they are sold.

The Wrong Un and the Asparagus are only south London Wetherspoons that are currently under offer and will close once a deal goes through.

Despite offers being made for the pubs, other proposals are still welcome, according to the JW Disposals website.

The Bankers Draft, in Eltham High Street, closed its doors on August 20, almost a year after it was put up for sale.

The Capitol, in London Road, also shut its doors for good on October 15.

The Foxley Hatch was the latest south London Wetherspoons to close which shut on December 3.

Senior director at CBRE, Toby Hall, said the pubs represent an "excellent" opportunity for existing pub operators.

He adds that there are a mix of locations in the portfolio which is rarely seen in the market.

The chain, founded by businessman Tim Martin, operates around 800 pubs around the UK and Ireland.