Retail experts Springboard are predicting that retail footfall will bounce back from the 2018 decline to be 2.1 percent higher in comparison to last year’s results when it dropped by 3.3 percen

Retail footfall increased by 1.4 percent year-on-year in March as shoppers took to the shops because of the month’s milder weather, in comparison to last year’s ‘Beast from the East

The number of UK shoppers visiting high streets, retail parks and shopping centres fell by 2.0 percent in February, a significant drop compared to last year’s 0.2 percent drop, marking the fift

Footfall in January fell by 0.7 percent, according to monthly data from the British Retail Consortium and Springboard, however, it adds that the decline is smaller than the 1.6 percent fall seen in J

Footfall figures for December 2018 released by British Retail Consortium and Springboard has revealed a drop of 2.6 percent, marking a thirteenth consecutive month of decline, however, it did mark a

UK footfall on Boxing Day this year was down 3.1 percent, compared to last year, according to figures released by retail intelligence specialist Springboard. This decline marks the third consecutive

It looks like poor weather this weekend has further hurt the UK’s struggling high street, with footfall down 9 percent on Saturday compared to the same day last year, according to retail expert

Shoppers stayed indoors over the Easter Bank Holiday weekend due to wet weather, as total shop visits between Friday and Easter Monday were down 2.4 percent compared with last year, according to rese

The British Retail Consortium’s Springboard insights monitor is predicting that Easter weekend footfall could increase by 2.4 percent compared to 2017, as long as freezing weather conditions do

UK footfall declined by 10.5 percent on New Year’s Eve, following drops in footfall on Boxing Day, down 4.5 percent, as well as a decline of 2.3 percent between December 27 and December 30, acc

UK shoppers stayed away from bricks-and-mortar stores on Boxing Day, according to new figures from Springboard, with footfall falling 4.5 percent year-on-year. While luxury department stores includin

Footfall held steady during November, increasing by 0.2 percent year-on-year, helped by Black Friday discounting, according to figures from the British Retail Consortium. The year-on-year figure was

Footfall in July fell by 1.1 percent, compared to the previous year, showing a “sea change” in consumers’ willingness to spend, according to the latest figures from the British Reta

Retail intelligence expert Springboard has given retailers some good news as it forecasts a spike in footfall over the long Easter weekend, due to the timing of national payday before Easter, mild sp

London - UK retailers suffered a tough January, as new data from the British Retail Consortium and Springboard has revealed. Figures show high street footfall fell 0.8 percent while footfall in retai

A slight rise in footfall during the month of May has been hailed a temporary break through the clouds, as visitor numbers increased 0.3 percent year on year last month. High streets and retail parks

Footfall dropped by 2.7 percent in March in comparison to the same period last year across all UK retail destinations, as poor weather conditions combined with the early Easter took full effect. Foot

UK retail footfall fell 1.1 percent year-on-year in February, following a 1.2 percent increase in January, according to the latest figures from the British Retail Consortium and Springboard monthly f

Footfall in the UK declined for the ninth consecutive month in December, when it fell 2.2 percent on a year ago, according to the December BRC/Springboard Footfall Monitor. The decline in December wa

Footfall on British high streets during the week from December 28 to January 1 fell 3 percent when compared to the same week last year. According to retail data firm Springboard, Britain’s hig

UK retail footfall was 0.2 percent lower in October than the same month last year, which meant the rate of decline was unchanged from September, according to the monthly figures released by the Briti

Retail footfall in August was 1.6 percent lower than a year ago, down from the 1.1 percent fall in July, and below the three-month average of 1.4 percent, as footfall on both the UK high streets and

UK footfall in June was 1.5 percent lower than a year ago, and follows a 1 percent fall in May, according figures released by the British Retail Consortium and Springboard in the monthly footfall mon

Overall UK retail footfall witnessed a 1.0 percent decline last month compared to year-on-year, an increase from the 0.8 percent drop in April, according to the latest data from Springboard. All thre

UK high streets received a welcome boost over the bank holiday weekend with footfall increasing across the country by 4.4 percent year-on-year, boosted by visits to coastal and historic towns. Figur

Footfall is expected to rise by 4.8 percent year-on-year over the upcoming bank holiday across all UK retail destinations, according to research from retail intelligence specialist Springboard. The

Footfall in March increased by 0.2 percent compared with the same month in 2014, an improvement on the 0.5 fall in February to make it the best footfall figures for a year. Figures released by the

UK retailers struggled throughout the month of October, with less people venturing out to the high street and town center vacancy rates continue to increase. According to the latest data from the Br

Footfall during the month of September dropped 0.9 percent year-on-year, asunseasonable warm weather is said to have delayed consumers fall/winter wardrobe shopping, according to the latest data from

Although retail footfall continues to decline across the UK, shop vacancy rates have increased over the past quarter, according to the latest data from the British Retail Consortium (BRC)/Springboard