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Experian Footfall

Experian Footfall data for week 45, 2010

November 8, 2010 to November 14, 2010

  • The national index experienced a week-on-week increase of 4.7%. This is the start of the increase to the run-up to Christmas where footfall will rise up to 50% above the yearly average. This week-on-week increase is slower than expected and the rate of increase slower than the past two years. This will in part be due to the widespread frost and cold temperatures that took over the country on Monday, where the week-on-week footfall declined by 7.9%.
  • Retail parks experienced an increase week-on-week in footfall of 2.4%. The weekend footfall increased week on week to 6.3% and 8.3% on Saturday and Sunday respectively, outperforming the week days but in line with expected volumes.

UK National Weekly index
Change for week 45, week-on-week: +4.73%
Change for week 45, year-on-year: -4.05%

UK Department Store Index
Change for week 45, week-on-week: +6.04%
Change for week 45, year-on-year: +11.96%

UK Retail Park Index
Change for week 44, week-on-week: +2.42%
Change for week 44, year-on-year: -2.40%

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