Retail parks are saving grace for August footfall

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Footfall dropped by 1.6 per cent in August across the nation’s high streets, shopping centres and retail parks. The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and Springboard’s footfall and vacancies monitor said shoppers were cutting back on non-essential purchases due to food inflation, resulting in a reduction in the number of shopping trips across the board. READ MORE: Shoppers abandon the high street in August The results, which covered July 29th to August 25th, also reflected what BRC and Springboard said is a “long-term downward trend of fewer trips to physical shopping locations, as more of our spending shifts online”

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Retail parks are saving grace for August footfall

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