I’ve been away and it might take a while for me to catch up – but here we go
- Footfall in May was 0.7% lower than a year ago, down from the 1.0% rise in April.
- Footfall in out-of-town locations continued its good performance from April, rising 1.2% in May compared with a year ago, its best performance since November 2012.
- The high street (-1.0%) and shopping centre (-1.7%) locations both reported footfall below the UK average.
- The hardest hit parts of the UK were Northern Ireland (-3.1%), the West Midlands (-2.9%) and East Midlands (-2.6%).