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    'Broken' business rates take toll on high streetsSubscription

    News21 January 2020

    The retail industry is calling for urgent action on business rates from the government as high streets across the UK prepare for another wave of store closures.

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    Retailers take action on propertySubscription

    News15 January 2020

    Retailers are seizing the opportunity to take “decisive action” on their property portfolios in 2020, say experts, as restructurings and company voluntary arrangements continue to put downward pressure on rents.

  • high street

    'Worst year on record' for retail Subscription

    News9 January 2020

    The prospect of a no-deal Brexit, company voluntary arrangements, shop closures and job losses resulted in the “the worst year on record” for retail in 2019. 

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    Industry welcomes ‘certainty’ of election outcomeSubscription

    News13 December 2019

    The industry has welcomed the “certainty” of a majority Conservative government. 

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    BRC 'welcomes' Tory business rates pledgesSubscription

    News25 November 2019

    The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has welcomed a promised review of the business rates system unveiled as part of the Conservative  manifesto.

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    Discounting drives October retail salesSubscription

    News5 November 2019

    High levels of discounting on the high street – particularly on fashion – gave a small boost to retail sales in October.

  • halifax high street

    Retailers to face £137m business rates hikeSubscription

    News16 October 2019

    Retailers will have to pay an extra £137m next year after it was confirmed that inflation costs will increase by 1.7% in 2020/21. 

  • high street

    No-deal Brexit impacts footfallSubscription

    News14 October 2019

    The spectre of a no-deal Brexit is “putting pressure on retailers” and caused UK footfall to slump in September, new data reveals.

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    Slow spending pushes prices downSubscription

    News2 October 2019

    Shop prices fell by a rate of 0.6% in September, compared with a 0.4% like-for-like decrease in August, marking the highest rate of decline since May 2018. 

  • oxford street

    August retail sales flatline Subscription

    News3 September 2019

    Economic uncertainty, summer discounting and weak footfall have caused UK retail sales to flatline in August, new research shows.

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