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Footfall Week 27 – Commenced 2 July 2018
Overall footfall fell in week 27, with mixed results across the district. Footfall declined on Oxford Street however both Regent and Bond Street recorded an increase
Footfall Week 26 – Commenced 25 June 2018
Footfall declined in the West End after a positive start to week 26.
West End Trade Intelligence – MayWest End sales fell in May year on year however compares against strong comparable growth last year. Footfall did recover with the first month of year on year growth since November 2017. West End international also sales fell in May, though compared with strong growth in May 2017.
Footfall Week 25 – Commenced 18 June 2018
Footfall rose in the West End, led by strong growth on Bond and Regent Street.
Footfall Week 24 – Commenced 11 June 2018
This week was the second consecutive week of footfall growth in the district, the first time there has been two or more consecutive weeks of footfall growth since November 2017.
Footfall Week 23 – Commenced 4 June 2018
West End footfall increased in week 23, outperforming the UK high street and other retail centre types, which all declined.
Footfall Week 22 – Commenced 28 May 2018
West End footfall fell in week 22, with heavy rainfall on Tuesday having the most significant impact on footfall during the week.
Footfall Week 21
The Spring bank holiday saw an increase on the bank holiday Monday itself. However the Saturday was marked by heavy rainfall and a decline in visitor numbers
West End Trade Intelligence – AprilWest End sales fell in April year on year, with regional footfall also down. Sales across all reporting categories declined. Jewellery sales were the hardest hit retail category.
Footfall Week 20
The royal wedding and warm weather a likely driver for higher mid-week footfall, however on the wedding day itself, footfall fell.
Head of Insight
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