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‘Positive news’ for retail as footfall data shows 8.2% rise over Bank Holiday weekend

Retail analyst Springboard revealed that footfall in UK retail destinations rose by 4.9% last week from the week before with increases of 6.9% in high streets and 4.8% in shopping centres

West End retail footfall at 86% of Christmas 2020 peak but shop prices still...

Experts not concerned by dropping shop prices in wake of reopening and say 'we will start to see a rebalancing of consumer spend'

Footfall doubles across UK after return of non-essential retail in England and Wales

England saw a rise of 112% while Wales saw an even larger jump of 147%, more than cancelling out a slight dip north of the Scottish border

English retail footfall jumps 85% in a single day as lockdown lifts

The rise signalled a near doubling of retail intelligence specialist Springboard's expected footfall growth of 45%

Retail footfall down 75% YoY as England’s second lockdown curtails Christmas shopping

The impact of England's second lockdown, which began last Thursday 5 November, is already being felt by retailers with an approximate 75% decline in...

Retail footfall growth slows as stricter measures come into place

Year-on-year UK footfall decreased by 30.1% in September, with only a 4.7 percentage point improvement from August.

London high streets lag behind as footfall still down 61% on 2019

London and the South East have been largely responsible for a promising UK-wide 4.1% increase in retail footfall in the last week alone. However, data...

Retail footfall recovery “slower than in many other European countries”, says new report

A joint BRC and Opinium survey into consumer spending plans found how 24% of respondents say they expect to spend less than usual over the next month

January brings stability to bricks and mortar jewellers

Footfall results reveal a positive start to the year for British retailers, particularly firms trading in shopping centres.

UK footfall plummets to six-year low

All regions reported a drop in footfall, sparking fresh fears for the future of bricks and mortar retail.