Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall in UK retail destinations rose by +6.8% last week from the week before, only a fifth less than the rise of +8.5% in the same week last year.
Footfall across UK retail destinations rose by just +0.4% last week from the week before, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that last week, footfall across UK retail destinations rose by just +0.4% last week from the week before. There was a noticeable increase in visits to retail parks as footfall rose by +4.7%
Springboard: footfall across all UK retail destinations increased by +40.3% last week, as non-essential retail reopened
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across all UK retail destinations increased by +40.3% last week from the week before, with a rise of +61.1% in shopping centres, +40% in high streets and +19.1% in retail parks.
Footfall across all retail destinations throughout the UK was -55.4% last week in comparison to year before, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across all UK retail destinations was -55.4% in comparison to last year. However, this disguises a huge variance between the UK nations; -59.8% in England with the other three nations improving
Retailers braced for festive shopping frenzy, as lockdown compresses footfall in December to a three-week window, data shows
The closure of non-essential retail during the second lockdown will see twice as many consumers surge on to the High Street in a ‘three-week festive shopping frenzy’ in December, the latest ShopperTrak data from Sensormatic Solutions, reveals.
Mini boom in the lead up to Lockdown 2 is followed by plummeting footfall from Thursday, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across all retail destinations declined last week by -15.4% from the week before, a complete volte-face from the week before when footfall had increased by +6.2%.
UK footfall sees North-South divide, ahead of further government announcements today, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail destinations declined by just -0.3% last week from the week before. This is compared with -3.5% in the previous week which saw the first complete week of the
Footfall across all retail destinations throughout the UK declined by -6.3% last week, Springboard shows
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -6.3% last week from the week before. As the final wave of schools started their autumn term, UK retail destinations saw the first week on
The discount scheme encouraging diners to bars and restaurants in August has contributed to a 27% increase in footfall to Liverpool’s city centre streets, compared with July. Footfall data from Liverpool BID Company, which manages two main areas in the
Footfall increases fourfold in UK as growth accelerates in London and South East, Springboard reports
Latest data from retail experts Springboard reveals that footfall in UK retail destinations rose by +4.1% last week from the week before, a significant acceleration in the rise in the previous week of +0.8% and +1.8% in the same week
Wettest February on record keeps shoppers at bay – footfall down 2% yoy. BRC-ShopperTrak Footfall Monitor shows
UK total footfall decreased by 2.0% in February year on year, which was below both the three-month and 12-month average increases of 0.8% and 0.3% respectively, according to the latest BR-ShopperTrak Footfall Monitor.
Retail footfall has declined by 10% over the last seven years, the latest figures from the BRC-Springboard show.
Footfall declined by 3.5% in May, compared to the same point last year when it declined by 0.4%, according to the latest BRC/Springboard retail footfall figures.
Whilst footfall is rising from week to week in the run up to Christmas, increasing by +3.1% last week from the week before, it is significantly reduced from last year with an annual decline of -4.5%. In high streets and
The hot weather hit high street footfall in July, according to the latest BRC/Springboard figures for the four weeks from the 1-28 July 2018. Footfall in July fell by 0.8 per cent, in line with last month’s decline of 0.9 per
According to the latest data from retail experts Springboard footfall dropped significantly on New Year's Eve across the UK, declining by -10.5% over the 24 hours and by -7.2% between7pm and midnight. This poor performance follows drops in footfall on Boxing
Retail intelligence experts Springboard today forecast that footfall for Black Friday [Friday 24 November] across UK high Streets, Retail Parks and Shopping Centres is set to dip -0.6% Year on Year [2016-2017] for the first time since Black Friday became an
Footfall in February was 1.0 % down on a year ago, the sixth consecutive month of decline, according to the latest Springboard figures. High street footfall rose 0.1% in February on the previous year’s rate of -2.9%, after a decline of
January provided a bright start to the year for UK shops, with footfall falling by just -1.4% compared to January last year. The Retail Traffic Index (RTI), published by Ipsos Retail Performance, the global retail and footfall consultant, showed that
High streets have recorded a 0.8% increase in footfall in December, the first positive growth in five years, according to Springboard. Overall, footfall in December was 0.2% down on a year ago, a fourth consecutive month of decline but a far
The first trading weekend of 2017 has delivered a nationwide decline in footfall, as poor weather, an early December spending spree and Bank Holiday trading hours deterred shopping from stepping outdoors on New Year’s Day. New Year’s Eve proved to be
The latest data from BCSC/ Footfall reveals that footfall was up at shopping centres and retail parks across the UK during July. Footfall at UK shopping centres was up by 4.1% with both in and out-of-town shopping centres seeing increases on
Walkbase, the provider of in-store analytics for airports and retail stores, has announced it has continued its record breaking growth in 2015, analysing the in-store habits of over 100m shoppers to date, compared to 50m shoppers the year before. The
Footfall in January was 1.2% up on a year ago, significantly above the 2.2% decline seen in December, and its best performance since January 2014, excluding Easter distortions, the latest BRC/Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor shows.
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