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Lowestoft shops to let on Realla. By searching for all retail space for rent in Lowestoft on Realla you have access to a range of shops available to rent now in Lowestoft, and you can also tune your search to the shop size you need in Lowestoft. Search for Lowestoft shops to rent today and contact local Lowestoft retail letting agents.

9 shops, retail units

  1. Bridge Road, Oulton Broad, Lowestoft

    Retail for rent

    • £25,000 per annum
    • 2,037 sq ft
    • Car park
    • Disabled access
    • Restaurant

    LOCATION The property is prominently positioned on Bridge Road within the Oulton Broad area of Lowestoft. Oulton Broad is a suburb of Lowestoft centred around an expanse of water and marsh known as Oulton Broad. Bridge Road is Oulton Broad’s main shopping street and nearby occupiers include a number of eateries and bars, including Broadview Wine Bar, Flames Kebabs, the Lady of The Lake Public House, the Copper Smokehouse Restaurant, Jeckells Ship Chandlers & Sail Makers, The Waveney Public House, The Gift Shop and Redherring Wine Bar. There are two main public car parks giving access to Oulton Broad, the yacht station and parkland areas.

  2. Oulton Broad, Lowestoft NR33 9JY

    Retail for rent

    • £18,000 per annum

    LOCATION Mobbs Way is an established business location ideally positioned between Lowestoft (2miles South East) and Great Yarmouth (15miles North) off the B1375. Nearby occupies include Norbert Dentressangle Logistics, Hughes Retail Depot, MS Oakes Group, Edmundson Electrical, Suffolk County Council and ATPI call centre.

  3. 61 London Road North, Lowestoft, NR32 1LT

    Retail for rent

    • £45,000 per annum
    • 7,105 sq ft

    The property is arranged over ground, basement, first floor and second floor. Tenure The premises are available by way of a sublease for a term of up to 5 years. Rent £45,000 per annum exclusive. Rates Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries with the Local Authority for verification purposes