Tag : footfall
One year on from the European Union referendum, footfall to shopping centres across the UK has increased by 31% year-on-year, new research has found.
The recent hot weather has boosted sales on the high street, providing a welcome relief from the tough trade and low consumer confidence.
Warm weather drives footfall recoverySubscription
Sunny skies and warmer weather drove a 3.2% increase in footfall last week, compared with a drop of 4.3% in the same week last year.
Fashion sales slip in MaySubscription
Like-for-like fashion sales for the month of May fell 3.6% compared to last year, as mixed weather and slow footfall dampened sales.
Fashion sales recover for last week of MaySubscription
Like-for-like fashion sales for the week to 28 May recovered on the back of warmer weather – up 2.2% on the BDO High Street Sales Tracker.
Easter boosts high street footfallSubscription
Footfall on high streets across the UK over the Easter weekend was up 1.2% compared with last year.
High street fashion sales fell 0.8% in March, despite a springtime boost to footfall throughout the month.
Footfall plummets in first weekend of 2017Subscription
Footfall fell by 16.1% year on year across high streets, shopping centres and retail parks over the new year weekend, figures from retail data provider Springboard have shown.
Post-Christmas footfall slumpsSubscription
Footfall has decreased year on year as shoppers increasingly look online for Sales bargains after Christmas.
A focus on socialising and dining drove down retail Bank Holiday footfall by 3.3% this year, according to the latest figures from Springboard.