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The Experian FootFall UK National Retail Index is reporting a decline of 5.8% week-on-week and an increase 0.3% year-on-year. The week on week decline was due to the end of the half term holidays, which impacted most of the regions.
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index is reporting an uplift of +8.8% week-on-week and +1.6% year-on-year. This uplift will have been the result of the improved weather conditions in combination with it being half term for many regions.
Valentine’s Day FootFall Index We have recorded similar patterns of footfall for the build up to Valentine’s Day this year compared to the previous two years. With Valentine’s Day landing on a Friday this year, it looks to have benefited retail traffic as the poor weather and storms impacted us earlier in the week. ...
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index reports a decline of -6.2% year-on-year as storms and significant flooding continue to impact across the UK. Nicknamed ‘Wild Wednesday’, for the first time in 2 years the Met Office issued a ‘red’ severe weather warning. Hurricane force winds and flooding caused power blackouts and chaos on the transport network.
The Experian FootFall National Retail Index continues to report a decline of -2.0% year-on-year as stormy weather and flooding continues to impact customer visitors across the UK.
The Experian FootFall Retail Index is reporting a decline of -3.0% year-on-year.UK National Weekly:
The Experian FootFall Retail Index for 2013 shows a decline for both New Year’s Eve and New Years Day against the previous year.