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Online retail continued its stellar 2018 growth in May, which recorded the strongest year-on-year growth rate since Nov 2016.
May's sunny weather and bank holiday weekends provided a welcome boost in footfall across high street & out-of-town retail parks.
Vacancy rates in the UK’s out of town retail sector remain low despite challenging market conditions for the industry as a whole.
Retail sales bounced back in May as a combination of sunny weather and long weekends boosted consumer spending.
High street retailers suffered another blow as soaring temperatures over the May bank holidays failed to tempt shoppers.
Shoplifting incidents have risen by four per cent over the last year across the UK as crime continues to "burden retailers"