The Martin & Co Lettings and Estate Agents Ipswich is located in Queen Street, in the heart of Ipswich Town Centre, next to Giles Circus and Barclays Bank.
Parking is available in The Buttermarket just around the corner from the office.
This office is a member of the National Approved Letting Scheme NALS and the Association of Residential Letting Agents ARLA both being the professional bodies set up to promote high standards in the Lettings Industry.
Martin & Co Letting Agents Ipswich are also members of The Property Ombudsman who can offer a free, fair and independent service for Landlords & Tenants of property in the UK.
Gary Everett is Managing Director of both the Colchester & Ipswich offices and has over eight years experience in the industry having spent his previous career in banking. Gary is a fully qualified member of the Association of Residential Letting Agents (ARLA)
Alex Child has worked for the Group for over five years and is currently the Lettings Manager responsible for generating new business for our Landlord Clients. Alex is also a fully qualified Member of ARLA and lives in the vibrant Ipswich Marina area where we have a good selection of quality Waterside Apartments to rent.
Adeline Houghton is our dynamic Lettings Coordinator and has worked for the Company for two years. She is responsible for handling all new tenancy applications and the marketing of the properties.
Laura Pearman has recently joined the team as the Property Management Co-ordinator for the Ipswich Office and is responsible for ensuring that all the properties under management are adequately maintained, regularly inspected and safe.
Gemma Ferris joined the team in the summer of 2012 having previously worked in East London for a division of Spicer Haart Estate Agents Ipswich. Gemma is training to be our new Lettings Co-ordinator and will also be negotiating with our tenants to help them find a new home in the Ipswich area.
The Martin & Co Letting and Estate Agents Ipswich is situation in Ipswich Waterfront is a ten-year development that is close to completion. With a number of modern apartments, studios and penthouses surrounded by bars and restaurants, the Waterfront is one of the most sought after residential locations for young professionals.
The majority of the Flour Mills and Maltings have already been converted into hotels, restaurants and apartments and the remainder well on their way to becoming the same, with new buildings interwoven that compliment the whole area. One building that remains untouched thankfully is The Old Customs House, which remains a focal point of the waterfront.
Ipswich is home to East Anglia's largest theatre, the Ipswich Regent which along with the Corn Exchange, hosts top West End shows, international music, comedy and high quality amateur productions- especially during the summer months when the Ip-Art festival transforms the town into a centre music, dance, drama, comedy, art, literature film and sculpture.
Sport is prominent in the area with the likes of Ipswich Town FC, along with a number of public leisure centres, swimming pools, racquet clubs and a number of health & fitness clubs. And Ipswich Gymnastics Centre is one of just three Olympic accredited facilities in the UK.
The facilities at University College Suffolk include the landmark Waterfront Building and the brand new six story James Hehir building which houses the new UCS Union bar, Kai.
The Library recently received a £2.5m renovation and now features a modern, IT-rich study environment appropriate for students in the twenty first century. It also features group study pods equipped with iMacs, a completely silent study area and a new lift which opens straight into the main library.