Retail Traffic Climbed Up For Eastern England

The latest national retail traffic report from Experian FootFall shows a 5.3% week on week increase in shopper traffic and a decline of 3.4% year on year, which is slightly better than the year to date shortfall of 4.3%.

Each day last week produced a single figure decline on last year, possibly as a result of the reasonably buoyant conditions which followed the Diamond Jubilee celebrations of 2012.

Compared with last year, the Eastern England region alone saw climbing retail traffic volumes, up 2.1%. Ten out of the 11 regions saw footfall levels fall below those for the same week last year. In contrast, their weekly figures were higher than last.  The only exception is the North East region which over several reports has enjoyed a positive week on week performance, which this week fell by1.8%.

Shoppers rallied again to produce growth in the Retail Park Index, both week on week and year on year by 4.9% and 2.9% respectively

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