Footfall has risen across all retail destinations during the Easter holiday as more consumers visited stores thanks to the warm..
Retail sales have had the strongest increase since August last year, according to the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
Footfall in the UK enjoyed a welcome uptick in March thanks to the warm start to spring and later timing of Easter.
The upcoming Easter weekend is expected to improve high street footfall as retailers anticipate higher sales thanks to warmer..
// High street footfall improves on back of weak annual comparisons // Shoppers present in stores but reluctant to make purchases // Shopping centres hit hardest, struck with 4.8%...
UK stores are disappearing from high streets at a rapid pace as consumer's changing behaviours means they're shifting from...
UK shoppers are expected to spend £1.1 billion this Easter, as 69 per cent plan on shopping for the holiday this year.
Business confidence has hit its lowest level since September 2012, as the uncertainty surrounding Brexit continues.
UK retail sales in March have once again been negatively impacted by the ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit.
Mother's Day and a warm start to spring provided little respite from poor high street sales last month.