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The Waiting Room, Ipswich Station


272 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


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A Little About This Space

Connecting Suffolk’s county town with the cities of London, Norwich and Cambridge, Ipswich’s newly refurbished station welcomes and waves goodbye to over 3.8 million commuters, travellers and tourists every year. In a standout spot on the station’s island platform is where you’ll find this F&B and retail space to let, which also has a seating area.


During the week, morning and evening rush hours will bring plenty of commuters past your door. Thanks to the “Wolf Hall effect”, Ipswich’s Tudor buildings are attracting an ever-increasing number of tourists, and the town’s independent shops, museums and thriving arts, food and festival scenes draw in plenty of visitors at the weekends.


There’s a Greggs, WH Smith and Starbucks Coffee within the station building.


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Rules of The Space

1.Not to obstruct the proper management and control of the station and the rail network and to comply with the tenants’ handbook terms.

  1. Not to do anything which could cause the landlords insurance policy to be void and to notify the landlord of anything that should know about.

  2. Tenant to indemnify and maintain insurance as required by law for third party liability and
    against any claim under the Defective Premises Act 1972.

  3. The Landlord has no obligation to keep the station or the network open for business.

  4. The Landlord shall not be held liable for anything you suffer due to the exercise of our statutory powers, any act of neglect or omission of the tenant or any neighbouring properties, or of any of the Landlords employees or representatives, or any defects or overflows of plant or drainage or any affect any railway equipment has on the tenant.

  5. The Landlord has no obligation to maintain and repair its property.

  6. This tenancy will end within 28 days in an emergency or to comply with the superior lease.

  7. To comply with the Transec Requirements which are regulations provided by the DfT Security.

9.To comply with the Landlord’s proper instructions in the interests of the public safety in the respect of any security or emergency or emergency alerts in respect of the station and the neighbouring proper.

10.To provide to the Landlord the name, address and telephone number of the principal employer and the keyholder of the Tenant who operates the Premises

  1. Restricted area means all parts of the station to which members of the public or persons without requisite technical or safety competence are from time to time prohibited to access Common areas – meaning all parts of the station provided for the common use of more than one of the occupiers or users of the station or members of the public but excluding all Restricted Areas

12.Not to obstruct any common areas nor allow queues to form so as the prevent the free flow of pedestrians at the station or cause them to become dirty or untidy nor any rubbish on them.

13.Not to enter any Restricted Areas

14.Not to place goods or free-standing signs outside the premises

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You’ll be responsible for fitting the space out to a high standard.


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