Brexit uncertainty hits footfall

Brexit uncertainty hits footfall New figures from the BRC Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor have shown that footfall at usually resilient retail parks and shopping centres both fell in the four weeks to February 25. Overall footfall dropped by one per cent compared to last

Retail Gazette (blog)

Footfall declines with ‘steep’ drop at retail parks

Total shopper numbers declined in February, with a “steeper drop than normal” at retail parks. Overall footfall fell 1% year-on-year in the four weeks from January 29 to February 25, according to the latest figures from Springboard’s footfall monitor

Retail Week

More gloom for retail parks and shopping centres but High Street footfall bounces back

Alys Key is a freelance reporter and winner of the Philip Geddes prize for journ [..] Show more. Follow Alys. Top Shop. High Streets are winning out over shopping centres and retail parks (Source: Getty). Alys Key. High Street footfall rose 0.1 per

City A.M.

Footfall drops, Retail Consortium calls for Executive

THE number of shoppers on the high street in February fell for the first time since October, prompting industry voices to call on politicians at Stormont to form an Executive as soon as possible. Research by retail intelligence firm Springboard and the

the Irish News

High street shopping fighting back in Wales, figures show

High streets are enjoying a resurgence as consumers in Wales turn out in larger numbers than the rest of the UK, new figures have shown. Wales’ footfall figures for February grew by 1.7% compared to 2016 – the fastest growth of any UK region. That was …

BBC News

Brexit uncertainty hits footfall

Footfall at retail parks continued to decline in February, falling by 1.6% as Brexit uncertainty began to bite, Springboard has reported. The retail data provider also found that shopping centres also experienced a dip in numbers, falling by 2.6% from


Retail destination footfall down as more “diverse” High Streets benefit

Covering the four weeks 29 January – 25 February 2017, footfall in February was 1.0 per cent down on a year ago, which is lower than the three-month average of 0.8 per cent, but slightly above the twelve-month average of -1.1 per cent. High Street

Horticulture Week

Breakfast briefing: Retail news on high street footfall, Next and more

According to data from the British Retail Consortium’s monthly Springboard monitor, footfall at retail parks declined 1.6% in February. It was also found that shopping centres suffered a 2.6% decline in year-on-year visitor numbers. The overall

Retail Week

‘Perfect storm’ of Brexit and Stormont chaos give consumer confidence in Northern Ireland a battering

Footfall plunged 4% during February, according to a survey published today. The report by the Northern Ireland Retail Consortium and Springboard said shopping numbers were down in high streets, shopping centres and retail parks alike. Read More.

Belfast Telegraph

Dining out saving the high street while retail parks and shopping malls suffer

High Streets are enjoying somewhat of a renaissance as rising numbers of consumers are choosing to dine out, drink at bars and generally enjoy the diverse range of restaurants and leisure activities on offer as they do their shopping. Footfall across