Passengers at Britain’s biggest and busiest stations can now shop more sustainably thanks to a new initiative from Network Rail.
Network Rail’s largest station retail offer is proving hugely popular with passengers, according to the company’s latest retail results released today.
Network Rail reports 2.3% total sales growth at its managed stations during the festive period, despite difficult wider trading environment
Network Rail has today announced plans to tackle three significant environmental issues in the country’s biggest and busiest rail stations.
New results released today by Network Rail show total station retail sales for the festive period (18 November to 23 December), grew by 9%, comparing favourably against recent Christmas trading results recorded across the wider sector - reaffirming customers appetite for convenience retail.
Total station retail sales at London Paddington have soared by 40% between April and June 2017 following a multimillion pound regeneration project delivered by Network Rail. The station’s £13m Paddington Lawn upgrade began in July 2015 and includes 16 new-and-improved retail
New results released today by Network Rail reveal that station retail sales for the festive period grew by 9.5% compared to last year, showing stations are becoming key destinations for last-minute gifts, supermarket shopping and pre-Christmas dining. These figures come as
Results released by Network Rail show that like-for-like retail sales for the period July–September 2016 in managed stations grew by 3.5%. This equates to total sales of over £166m, up from £160m in the same period last year. Sales growth at
New retail sales results released by Network Rail show that 204 million people passed through the company’s managed stations between April and June this year, comparable to the total population of Brazil (206.6 million). Overall like-for-like sales for the quarter
Doddle, the purple network of parcel stores, has opened its 35th store in the space of 35 weeks. The new store is located on Platform 12 at Network Rail’s London Paddington Station, one of Britain’s busiest with 17.4m visitors annually. Doddle, a
Network rail’s Doddle parcel collection and delivery service to roll out to 300 station locations and ASOS, New Look and TM Lewin get on board
Doddle, the new parcel collection and delivery service located at railway stations and major hubs across Britain, has announced that it will open at 300 new locations within the next three years, creating over 3,000 new jobs. It follows the successful
Network Rail plans to extend its agnostic parcel collection and delivery service, Doddle, to 300 railway station stores by 2017. A pilot store opened in Milton Keynes on 6 December 2013 and a further five will come on stream from
Network Rail is to test the concept of a parcel collection and delivery service at its mainline stations to capitalise on the booming online retail market. It will be the only one of its kind that is available to every retailer, e-tailer,