A building that was meant to become a new Wetherspoons has gone back on sale.

The former Prezzo building at 12-14 Station Road in Beaconsfield New Town is back on the market after JD Wetherspoon axed its plan to turn the site into a pub and a restaurant.

The building is now marketed as a pub for sale in “affluent location” on the online property portal Rightmove.

Although the exact price is only available on application – a common practice with unique or expensive properties - the sellers welcome offers in excess of £2 million.

The 7,085 sq.ft. building has a leasehold until the year 2144, low yearly ground rent plus parking for 12 cars at the rear of the property.

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The building has planning permission for change of use to a pub with two external terraces, the ad says.

Buckinghamshire Council gave conditional permission for the pub alterations in July last year when Wetherspoons was still planning to go ahead with the new pub.

The estate agent said: “The property was most recently operated as a restaurant but has been largely stripped out to provide an unfinished shell. Prior to being used as a restaurant the property had been operated as a children’s soft play centre and more historically as a cinema.”