Experian Footfall

Experian Footfall data for Week 14, 2010

April 5, 2010 to April 11, 2010

  • As the Easter holidays were in full swing the national footfall index showed that visitor numbers climbed 2.8% week on week and 3% against the same week last year. The increase was expected as it was compared with the week of Easter Sunday last year. Footfall on the bank holiday Monday (April 5) jumped 10% against the corresponding bank holiday last year.

  • At retail parks footfall rocketed 23.9% year on year after an exceptional Easter week turnout. Sunny skies meant an opportunity for consumers to shop for home and garden requirements. Looking ahead, however, the May bank holiday will provide the next peak on the horizon for this sector.

UK National Index Chart

UK National Weekly index
Change for week 14, week-on-week: +2.75%
Change for week 14, year-on-year: +2.98%

Department Store Index chart

UK Department Store Index
Change for week 14, week-on-week: +1.21%
Change for week 14, year-on-year: +4.73%

Retail Parks Index chart

UK Retail Park Index
Change for week 14, week-on-week: +2.11%
Change for week 14, year-on-year: +23.85%

SOURCE

The Experian FootFall indices are a national benchmark of visitor numbers to UK shopping centres. For further information, please visit footfall.com.