Tag : Springboard
Slump in footfall across the UKSubscription
Total UK footfall fell by 1.4% year on year for the week to 17 August, which Springboard blamed on poor weather.
Footfall suffers ‘disappointing’ blow in JuneSubscription
A 2.9% year-on-year decline in footfall last month has been blamed on the “relatively poor” weather, Brexit and structural changes in the retail sector.
Last week’s brighter weather helped drive high street footfall by 6.8% compared with the week before, when it was severely affected by heavy rain.
Severe weather hits UK footfall Subscription
Total footfall was down 5.1% year on year for the week ended 15 June, as the “relentless” rain deterred consumers from venturing out.
Footfall plummets to six-year lowSubscription
Average footfall across the UK fell 3.5% in May – the steepest decline in six years, data from Springboard and the British Retail Consortium (BRC) shows.
Occasionwear sales soar over bank holiday Subscription
Retailers have reported a spike in occasionwear sales over the spring bank holiday weekend, despite an overall year-on-year decrease in footfall across the UK.
Footfall down as shoppers avoid high street Subscription
Footfall across the UK was down 2.5% year on year for the week to 18 May, and the high street was hit the hardest.
Easter store closures result in footfall dropSubscription
As stores closed on Easter Sunday, total footfall across the UK was down 5.2% year on year for the week to 27 April.
Easter holidays and sunshine boost footfallSubscription
Sunny weekend weather and an Easter holiday boost led to an annual 3% rise in footfall for the week commencing 14 April 2019.
Easter footfall expected to riseSubscription
Springboard predicts that total footfall this Easter will rise by 2.1% compared with 2018.