Data: The full impact of Covid-19 on retail footfall in 2020

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Springboard has published its annual footfall review for 2020 and the figures drive home the catastrophic effect coronavirus had on all retail venues.

The data shows retail parks continue to be the most resilient retail destinations, central London has been hit hardest by the collapse in office workers and tourists going to city centres, and tracks the rise of customers shopping locally.

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