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September footfall down

Footfall in September decreased by 1.2% compared to 2016, according to the British Retail Consortium (BRC).

High street footfall was down by 2.2% on the same month last year. 

Retail parks saw a positive outcome with a 1.1% increase in footfall year on year. 

The only region to welcome a greater number of shoppers during September compared to last year was the East which saw a 1.9% growth in footfall. 

The deepest decline in footfall occurred in Northern Ireland (down 4.3%) and the South West (down 2.4%), while Scotland recorded its biggest dip since June 2016 at 2%. 

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