Footfall drops for third straight month as cash-strapped customers stay home


Footfall to UK retail destinations dropped for the third month in a row as the cost-of-living crisis kept budget-conscious customers at home. 

The uplift in footfall to UK high streets, shopping centres and retail parks fell for the third straight month in September to just 6.8% – down from 8.6% in August and 15.6% in July – according to the latest Springboard footfall monitor.

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