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Footfall sees sharpest decline in 4 years through December

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December saw the highest decline in footfall for four years in “a significant weakening in performance” as a fall in discretionary spend and increasing shift to online shopping takes it toll on the high street. According to the BRC – Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor, footfall declined 3.5 per cent from November 26 to December 30, marking the sharpest decline since March 2013.

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Footfall sees sharpest decline in 4 years through December

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December saw the highest decline in footfall for four years in “a significant weakening in performance” as a fall in discretionary spend and increasing shift to online shopping takes it toll on the high street. According to the BRC – Springboard Footfall and Vacancies Monitor, footfall declined 3.5 per cent from November 26 to December 30, marking the sharpest decline since March 2013. This extended across all regions with the South West being hit the hardest enduring a 5.2 per cent decline, while Scotland and Greater London also saw footfall rates drop 3.7 per cent and 4.7 per cent respectively.

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