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Declining UK high street footfall remains above first lockdown levels

Footfall across UK retail destinations declined by -10.9% last week from the week before, but has managed to stay above levels seen during the first lockdown last year. 

According to the latest data from Springboard, the 10% decline was less than half the drop of -27.1% in the previous week. Footfall was -14.6% lower in shopping centres and -11.5% lower in high streets, however in retail parks the drop was less than half this at -5.8%.

UK footfall is now 67.5% lower than in the same week of 2020, however, this is still some way off from the lowest level of -82.2% reached during the first lockdown…

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