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Valentine's Day still proves a draw for love-struck shoppers

Date: 15/02/2017
Description:

The desire to express one’s love be it with flowers, or fragrance or, a lovey-dovey meal for two at ...

New and improved BID Industry Criteria & Guidance launches

Date: 17/01/2017
Description:

A Business Improvement District (BID) is a business-led and business funded body formed to improve a defined commercial area. 

Through contribution of a BID levy, ...

Click-and-collect services forces rise in pre-Christmas shopper traffic

Date: 23/12/2016
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7% year-on-year decline predicted for footfall on Boxing Day

Date: 23/12/2016
Description:

Footfall on Boxing Day will decline 7% year-on-year, according to global retail insight provider, ShopperTrak, as consumers make the most of the extra Bank Holiday day and hold off heading into store until the on 27 December.

This, ShopperTrak suggests, is due to the fact that Christmas falls ...

Super Saturday footfall rose by 22%, as Christmas shoppers took to the High Street

Date: 19/12/2016
Description:

Super Saturday (17 December) saw Christmas shoppers flock to the High ...

Black Friday footfall declined by 8% y-o-y as retailers extend promotions

Date: 29/11/2016
Description:

UK shopper traffic on Black Friday fell significantly by 8% year-on-year, according to ShopperTrak, a ...

Footfall Monitor | July 2016

Date: 11/08/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for July 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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Retail Economics Report

Date: 10/08/2016
Description:

BCSC in partnership with Retail Economics is delighted to publish its Quarterly Retail Pulse as part of our analytics research programme.

With heightened uncertainty leading to a loss of business confidence the repercussions of the referendum result will take time to feed through to the real economy.  To understand the real impact on both the macroeconomic environment and industry performance, this quarterly update will provide analysis behind the following key indicators:

Retail ...

Shopper footfall steady as 'life goes on' post-Brexit

Date: 09/08/2016
Description:

 

July data shows strength of retail property and reinforces bounce in retail spending 

The latest data from BCSC / Footfall out today, reveals that footfall was up at shopping centres and retail parks across the UK during July.  

Footfall at UK shopping centres was up by 4.1 per cent with both in and out-of-town shopping centres seeing increases on June of 3.4 and 2.3 per cent respectively. 

Many parts of the country reported a rise in footfall in July compared with ...

BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 7 | July 2016

Date: 03/08/2016
Description:

July 2016 BCSC / The Local Data Company Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor has now been released.  This issue illustrates the year-on-year changes in vacancy rates, comparing Q2 2016 with Q2 2015.  

 

Member access: BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 7 | Full report

All access: BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Montior | Issue 7 | Overview

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BCSC and Cushman & Wakefield: 'Retailers well-placed to weather Brexit'

Date: 29/07/2016
Description:

Retail and retail property is in a healthier position to deal with potential changes to tariffs in the medium to long term, supply chains and currency volatility as a result of Brexit, than they were to deal with the financial crisis in 2008 – according to the ‘Brexit: Retail Outlook’

Published by BCSC and Cushman & Wakefield, the Outlook is an analysis of the UK retail and retail property market fundamentals in light of the UK’s recent vote to leave the ...

Brexit: Retail Outlook

Date: 27/07/2016
Description:

A lot has happened in the four weeks since the UK decided to vote to leave the European Union.

Politics, financial markets, the economy and the media have all reacted and responded in different ways. And volatility abounds.

Working with Cushman & Wakefield we believed there was a need for some sensible analysis of the retail and retail property market fundamentals, to understand how we are placed to tackle whatever challenges arise as the process of leaving the EU begins.

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Landlords continue to diversify as vacancy rates fall for fifth consecutive quarter

Date: 27/07/2016
Description:

 

Vacancy rates across UK shopping centres, retail parks and town centres continued to fall for the fifth consecutive quarter, according to the latest BCSC / LDC data, released today. 

Vacancy at UK shopping centres fell by 1.6 per cent in Q2 2016, compared with the previous quarter, indicating sector resilience.

According to the latest data, larger shopping centres performed better than the overall average, with the top 50 and 100 UK shopping centres recording a 2.3 and 2.2 per ...

Footfall Monitor | June 2016

Date: 20/07/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for June 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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Shoppers head for cover as June 2016 is wettest for years

Date: 15/07/2016
Description:

The latest BCSC / Footfall research, released today, reveals footfall at shopping centres and retail parks increased by 0.5 per cent and 1.4 per cent respectively in June compared with the previous month. 

Shopping centre footfall across many of the regions was also up month on month. The East of England led with a 9.5 per cent increase in June compared with May, followed by the North East with a 6.3 per cent increase and the East Midlands up by 6.1 per cent month on month.  

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Footfall Monitor | May 2016

Date: 16/06/2016
Description:

 

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for May 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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Footfall Monitor | April 2016

Date: 23/05/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for April 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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Retail Vacancy Down | Indies occupy 25% of centre units

Date: 04/05/2016
Description:

 

Shopping centre vacancy rates fall faster than retail parks and high streets - North east leads with 2.7% drop 

Despite BHS and Austin Reed falling into administration and poor trading results from Argos owner Home Retail Group, vacancy rates across the UK fell for the fourth consecutive quarter in Q1 2016, according to the latest British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) / LDC vacancy data, released today.

The latest data shows shopping centres experienced the greatest ...

BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 6 | April 2016

Date: 28/04/2016
Description:

April 2016 BCSC / The Local Data Company Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor has now been released.  This issue illustrates the year-on-year changes in vacancy rates, comparing Q1 2016 with Q1 2015.  

  

Member access: BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 6 | Full report

All access: BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Montior | Issue 6 | Overview

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Footfall Monitor | Easter Bank Holiday Weekend 2016

Date: 31/03/2016
Description:

 

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for March 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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BCSC/FOOTFALL | Storm Katie Puts Off Easter Shoppers

Date: 31/03/2016
Description:

 

Overall Easter weekend footfall in UK shopping centres was down –1.3% on last year and down -3.5% in UK retail parks, according to research by British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists. 

 

Edward Cooke, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, BCSC, said: 

“While the Easter weekend is traditionally one of the busiest trading periods of the year, the varied weather and Storm Katie have disrupted shopper ...

Footfall Monitor | Valentine's Day & February 2016

Date: 11/03/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for Valentine's Day and February 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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BCSC/FOOTFALL: Rise in Shopping Centre Footfall This Mother's Day

Date: 08/03/2016
Description:

 

Footfall at UK shopping centres rose by 2.7 per cent on Sunday compared with Mother’s Day last year – according to research by British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists.

Footfall spiked later in the day, by 9.3 per cent across the hours of 4pm and 9pm, with the highest peaks in shopping centre footfall, of 19.0 per cent and 18.3 per cent occurring at 5pm and 6pm.

John Coyne, Chief Executive, BCSC, said:

“This latest ...

Footfall Monitor | January 2016

Date: 16/02/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for January 2016 has now been released.

Members can view it here.


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Valentine's drives 57% footfall hike

Date: 16/02/2016
Description:

Valentine’s Day footfall in UK shopping centres and retail parks rose 56.5 per cent between 6 and 10pm on Sunday, in comparison with the same Sunday last year – according to research by British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists. 

Looking at the Sunday overall, visitor numbers were up 7.7% on last year, while night-time visitors (between 6 and 10pm) on Saturday evening rose 4.8% in comparison with 2015.

 

John Coyne, ...

New Year evening footfall up

Date: 12/02/2016
Description:

‘Night time’ footfall in UK shopping centres and retail parks rose 7.3% in January compared with the same month last year – according to the monthly monitor issued by British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists. 

Measured between 6 and 10pm, night time visitor footfall was also up 4.5% in shopping centres and retail parks in the Republic of Ireland, in comparison with January last year. 

Across the day, visitor ...

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Date: 08/02/2016
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Stay informed about the industry and what we are doing to benefit your career and organisation.

 

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BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 5 | January 2016

Date: 27/01/2016
Description:

BCSC, in partnership with The Local Data Company, is pleased to provide you with the fourth issue of the BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Overview. This issue illustrates the year-on-year changes in vacancy rates, comparing Q4 2015 with Q4 2014.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Member only: BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor | Issue 5 | Full report
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PRESS RELEASE | UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Rates fall for Third Quarter

Date: 27/01/2016
Description:

 

Vacancy rates across UK shopping centres dropped for the third consecutive quarter in a row at the end of last year, according to the latest British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC)/ LDC vacancy data, released today. 

A 0.8% drop in vacancy was recorded for the final and busiest trading quarter of the year and follows the same drop of 0.8% for the previous quarter and a 1.4% drop in Q2, compared with the same period in 2014. 

Are you a BCSC member? You can read the ...

Footfall Monitor | Special Christmas Edition | December 2015

Date: 15/01/2016
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for December 2015 has now been released containing data for the six week trading period over the festive season.

 

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FootFall Monitor | Boxing Day footfall expected to rise 3% year-on-year

Date: 23/12/2015
Description:

 

Shopper traffic is expected to increase on Boxing Day, up 3% year-on-year, according to the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and retail intelligence specialist, FootFall.

Whilst other key festive shopping days have been dominated by online sales as opposed to physical footfall in-store – footfall on Black Friday and Panic Saturday were both down by 4.05% and 4.03% year-on-year respectively – Boxing Day is predicted to buck the trend and see shopper traffic return ...

FootFall Monitor | November 2015

Date: 10/12/2015
Description:

 

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for November 2015 has now been released.

 

 

 

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This document does not contain data on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Data for this can be accessed here.

 

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PRESS RELEASE | Shopper Footfall Steady Despite Cyber Monday

Date: 01/12/2015
Description:

The number of shoppers in UK shopping centres on Cyber Monday fell 5.8% on last year
according to official data issued by the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and
FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists. The fall is relatively marginal in comparison with
Cyber Monday 2014.

Meanwhile, out-of-town retail parks actually saw an increase of 4.8% on Cyber Monday and
18.2% on the Saturday following Black Friday, in comparison with last year.

Ed Cooke, Director of Policy and ...

FootFall Monitor | Black Friday & Cyber Monday | November 2015

Date: 01/12/2015
Description:

The BCSC / FootFall Monitor for November 2015 has now been released with data on Black Friday & Cyber Monday.

Click here to read.

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PRESS RELEASE | Black Friday FootFall Holds Up Despite Rise in Online Retail

Date: 28/11/2015
Description:

 

The number of Black Friday shoppers in UK shopping centres and retail parks fell by 4% on last year – according to official data, issued by the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and retail intelligence company FootFall, the retail intelligence specialists.

The fall is relatively marginal in comparison with Black Friday 2014, the first big promotional event and which resulted in a 10% increase in footfall on 2013 – when the event was first fully adopted in the ...

PRESS RELEASE | Rugby World Cup Converts into Spike in Shoppers

Date: 30/10/2015
Description:

Nine UK regions hook increase in footfall

In advance of the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday, the latest British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) / FootFall Monitor reveals that shopping centres and retail parks in regions hosting Rugby World Cup games benefited from an increase in visitor numbers around games.

Nine in 12 UK regions saw a positive increase in visitors in October, compared with September.

The greatest increase in a host region’s footfall was seen in the East ...

PRESS RELEASE | North West Shopping Centres Report Greatest Fall in Vacancy Rates

Date: 15/10/2015
Description:

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The latest BCSC/ LDC vacancy index reveals that shopping centres in the North West experienced the largest decline in vacancy rates across Great Britain, compared with the same period last year.

The region has witnessed the greatest fall across the country for the second quarter running, with vacancy rates in the region having declined for three consecutive quarters – and the latest quarter recording a 2.2% drop.

The BCSC/ LDC vacancy index also reports:

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PRESS RELEASE | Jump in Birmingham Shopping Centre Footfall

Date: 29/09/2015
Description:

 

29th September 2015

JUMP IN BIRMINGHAM SHOPPING CENTRE FOOTFALL
Centres hook double-digit increase in shoppers

Shopping centres in Birmingham experienced a significant spike in shoppers over the weekend – according to new data from BCSC (British Council of Shopping Centres) and Footfall, the market leader in retail intelligence.

Following the opening of the new Grand Central shopping centre on Thursday, which saw over 80,000 people passing through the doors, and the opening of ...

Vacancy Monitor: July 2015

Date: 24/07/2015
Description:

 

VACANCY RATES AMONGST UK SHOPPING CENTRES DOWN

Summary Vacancy Monitor Report

BCSC Members Only: Full Vacancy Monitor Report

 

The latest vacancy data from BCSC and The Local Data Company has produced positive results for shopping centres across Britain with an overall fall in vacancy of 0.4% in Q2 of this year compared with the same period in 2014.

 

The data also paints a positive picture amongst regional shopping centres with the North West in particular showing strong ...

Shoppers Vote With Their Feet for Experiential Shopping

Date: 11/06/2015
Description:

Press Release

10 June 2015

- Britain’s biggest in-town shopping centres buck trend of falling footfall -
SHOPPERS VOTE WITH THEIR FEET FOR EXPERIENTIAL SHOPPING

 

The nation’s largest shopping centres are seeing a consistent rise in footfall against a wider trend of falling customer numbers, according to the latest BCSC/Experian Footfall monitor data out today. The figures, indicate that it is the large shopping destinations, particularly in town and city centres that are ...

International Retailers find Growth in UK Shopping Centres

Date: 13/05/2015
Description:

 

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INTERNATIONAL RETAILERS FIND GROWTH IN UK SHOPPING CENTRES

The latest BCSC/ LDC vacancy monitor has found the number of shops in UK shopping centres trading as ‘multiples’ has increased in the last year, with the data showing a rise of 1.3 per cent in the number of ‘multiples’ and a corresponding 1.3 per cent drop in the number of independent shops.

This is part of an emerging trend whereby new international retailers ...

SHOPPERS MAKE THE MOST OF EXTRA TIME OFF IN APRIL AT SHOPPING CENTRES

Date: 12/05/2015
Description:

PRESS RELEASE

18 May 2015

The latest edition of the BCSC/Experian Footfall monitor shows UK shoppers took advantage of extra leisure time over the Easter Bank holiday and school half term holidays in April as night time economy footfall in shopping centres increased by 4.6 per cent on March 2015 and year-on-year by a significant 6.0 per cent. The trend shows customers no longer see shopping centres as only places to shop but as leisure destinations. 

With Easter 2015 falling in close ...

BOOST IN SHOPPING CENTRE FOOTFALL. Press Release | Footfall Monitor

Date: 15/04/2015
Description:

PRESS RELEASE

Wednesday 15 April 2015

START OF THE YEAR SEES A BOOST IN SHOPPING CENTRE FOOTFALL

The first quarter of 2015 has shown shoppers to be in a more buoyant mood with footfall across UK shopping centres rising for two consecutive months.  Footfall in February increased 2.0% on January and March’s figures were up 0.9% on February with shopping centres in the North West showing the greatest increase at 6.8%. 

Edward Cooke, Director of Policy and Public Affairs, British ...

Empty Shops in Shopping Centres Filling Up Faster Than British High Street

Date: 09/09/2014
Description:

The BCSC/LDC UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor

 

Shopping centres are filling empty shops at a faster rate than town centres, according to the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and the Local Data Company (LDC) in new vacancy rate research published today.

 

The BCSC/LDC UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor shows a year-on-year improvement of 0.8 per cent in vacancy rate – that’s 242 fewer empty shops in shopping centres - across Britain but with significant ...

BCSC / Experian footfall monitor – March 2015

Date: 14/04/2015
Description: BCSC / Experian Footfall Monitor FOR MARCH 2015 / UNITED KINGDOM Week-on-week ›› March saw Footfall peak in week 11; +3.4% on the year. ›› Peak Day in March was Saturday the 14th when footfall increased 9.8% on the year. This can be explained by the fact Mother’s Day fell on the 15th. ›› St Patrick’s Day, 17th March, saw footfall increase 0.5% on the year. Month-on-month ›› The BCSC/Experian Shopping Centre Footfall Monitor shows an increase in month-on month footfall for the ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: September 2014 – all access

Date: 09/09/2014
Description: 0.8% 5.2% 1in5 3.7% 1 1in2 1 2.2% v 0.5% UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor SEPTEMBER 2014 year-on-year improvement in vacancy rate across Britain on 2013 Welsh shopping centres fastest to fill empty shops PER DAY INCREASE East SHOP % INCREASE N West Retail space becomes leisure 2013-14 > > > change in South East vacancy rate 4.4% Empty 2.4% North shops orth Scotland versus England – vacancy improvement > independent retailers in top 30 shopping centres 49% of shops in shopping centres are ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: September 2014 – members only

Date: 09/09/2014
Description: 0.8% 1in5 5.2% 3.7% UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor SEPTEMBER 2014 INITIAL FINDINGS • A variation in the ratio of independent retailers to chain stores in British shopping centres. Within the top 30 shopping centres less than 1 in 5 shops is an independent retailer. Across all 685 shopping centres, this climbs to 49% of shops leased to independent operators • Since 2013, 1% of retail space has been converted to a leisure use (i.e. hotel, cinema, restaurant, bar etc.), which equates to ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: September 2014 – press release

Date: 09/09/2014
Description: UNDER STRICT EMBARGO UNTIL 00:01, TUESDAY 9 SEPTEMBER 2014 EMPTY SHOPS IN SHOPPING CENTRES FILLING UP FASTER THAN BRITISH HIGH STREET 1 out of 2 shops in shopping centres are independent retailers Shopping centres are filling empty shops at a faster rate than town centres, according to the British Council of Shopping Centres (BCSC) and the Local Data Company (LDC) in new vacancy rate research published today. The BCSC/LDC UK Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor shows a year-on-year improvement of ...

BCSC / Experian footfall monitor – April 2015

Date: 18/05/2015
Description: +1.1% AVERAGE SIZED SHOPPING CENTRES Showed largest increase on the year SHOPPING CENTRE S M L NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +4.6% +6.0% on the month on the year INCREASE BCSC / EXPERIAN FOOTFALL MONITOR MONTH-ON-MONTH increased in 8 REGIONS EASTER WEEKEND APRIL 2015 2015 vs 2014 +13% increase INCREASE on the month EAST MIDLANDS +2.9% GROWTH ON THE YEAR LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY INCREASE BCSC / Experian Footfall Monitor LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY April 2015 Week-on-week • • April saw a footfall peak in ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: May 2015 – members only

Date: 15/05/2015
Description: MAY 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Initial findings • The index has shown a -0.4% overall drop in vacancy rates across shopping centres in Britain.This decline in vacancy is all the more noteworthy given the top 30 largest shopping centres in Britain recorded a +0.8% rise in vacancy year- on-year. • The areas with the largest decline in vacancy rates were the South East, with a -1.7% decrease, followed by the North West with a -1.3% decrease. • A marginal +0.2%increase ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: May 2015 – all access

Date: 15/05/2015
Description: MAY 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor > -0.4% year-on-year improvement in vacancy rate across Britain Scotland vacancy growth +1.4% +1.3% RISE in the number of multiples in shopping centres EAST MIDLANDS v WEST MIDLANDS -0.2% -1.1% England & Wales – vacancy improvement -0.6% +0.4% Yorkshire & The Humber +0.2% London Biggest improvement in vacancy rate was in the South East © BCSC / The Local Data Company > -1.7% Percentage of leisure units in all shopping centres increased ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: May 2015 – press release

Date: 13/05/2015
Description: 13 May 2015 INTERNATIONAL RETAILERS FIND GROWTH IN UK SHOPPING CENTRES The latest BCSC/ LDC vacancy monitor has found the number of shops in UK shopping centres trading as ‘multiples’ has increased in the last year, with the data showing a rise of 1.3 per cent in the number of ‘multiples’ and a corresponding 1.3 per cent drop in the number of independent shops. This is part of an emerging trend whereby new international retailers - considered ‘independent’ here in the UK at the ...

BCSC / Experian footfall monitor – May 2015

Date: 11/06/2015
Description: On the month, town centres performed better than out-of-town centres TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN +2.5% LARGER SHOPPING CENTRES Showed largest increase on the month S SHOPPING CENTRE M BCSC / EXPERIAN L +2.0% LONDON FOOTFALL MONITOR on the year MAY 2015 NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +0.4% +4.4% INCREASE on the month INCREASE on the year YEAR-ON-YEAR decreased in +1.4% REGIONS SOUTH WEST LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY GROWTH ON THE MONTH BCSC / Experian Footfall Monitor LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY May 2015 Week-on-week ...

BCSC / Experian footfall monitor – June 2015

Date: 17/07/2015
Description: On the year, out-of-town shopping centres performed better than town centre shopping centres OUT-OF-TOWN OUT-OF-TOWN TOWN CENTRE Month-on-month INCREASED IN 8 REGIONS Footfall increased on the month for shopping centres of all sizes SHOPPING CENTRE BCSC / EXPERIAN FOOTFALL MONITOR S M L HAPPY FATHER’S DAY! +3.4% JUNE 2015 higher than it was last year NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +5.0% +6.8% on the month on the year INCREASE +9.2% GROWTH ON THE MONTH EAST LEADING RETAIL PROPERTY INCREASE BCSC / ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: July 2015 – members only

Date: 24/07/2015
Description: JULY 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Initial findings • Overall the picture amongst regional shopping centres is a positive one. The index has shown a -0.4% overall drop in vacancy rates across shopping centres in Britain – an identical decrease was seen comparing Q1 2015 with Q1 2014. • While the South East continues to perform well with a -1.1% drop in vacancy, a slight decline in London of -0.1% could indicate the strong demand for space in the capital, witnessed ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: July 2015 – all access

Date: 24/07/2015
Description: JULY 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor > -0.4% year-on-year improvement in vacancy rate across Britain Scotland vacancy growth +1.4% +1.1% RISE in the number of multiples in shopping centres SOUTH WEST v SOUTH EAST -0.3% -1.1% England & Wales – vacancy improvement -0.4% -0.6% for Wales for England +0.1% Yorkshire & The Humber +0.9% East Midlands Biggest improvement in vacancy rate was in the North West © BCSC / The Local Data Company > -1.7% Percentage of leisure units in ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - July 2015

Date: 11/08/2015
Description: In-town and out-of-town shopping centres both saw footfall increase on the month TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN OUT-OF-TOWN -0.8% LARGER SHOPPING CENTRES Showed footfall decline on the month SHOPPING CENTRE S M L MONTH-ON-MONTH BCSC increased in REGIONS FOOTFALL MONITOR EAST MIDLANDS +1.5% GROWTH ON THE YEAR JULY 2015 SOUTH WEST +1.9% GROWTH ON THE YEAR NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +3.7% +7.0% INCREASE INCREASE on the month on the year +0.7% JULY FOOTFALL 1 2 3 WEEK 4 BCSC / FootFall Monitor July 2015 ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - August 2015

Date: 22/09/2015
Description: On the year, town shopping centres performed better that out-of-town shopping centres OUT-OF-TOWN TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN ALL SHOPPING CENTRES increased on the month SHOPPING CENTRE S BCSC M MONTH-ON-MONTH increased in FOOTFALL MONITOR REGIONS AUGUST 2015 WALES +15.5% GROWTH ON THE MONTH NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY -0.3% DECREASE on the month +1.1% INCREASE on the year L BCSC / FootFall Monitor August 2015 Week-on-week • Out of all the weeks in August, footfall was the lowest in week 4 at -3.4% on ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - September 2015

Date: 15/10/2015
Description: On the year, town centre shopping centres performed better than out-of-town shopping centres +0.5% -12.3% OUT-OF-TOWN -12.3% TOWN CENTRE BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR OUT-OF-TOWN Positive impact on footfall in hosting regions ahead of evening matches and across Sunday SEPTEMBER 2015 YORSHIRE & THE HUMBER +10.3% GROWTH ON THE MONTH NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY -2.7% DECREASE on the month +6.7% INCREASE on the year BCSC / FootFall Monitor September 2015 Week-on-week • • Footfall remained positive for three ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: October 2015 – members only

Date: 19/10/2015
Description: OCTOBER 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor This shopping centre vacancy monitor developed in partnership with BCSC and the Local Data Company (LDC), aims to provide an overview of the level of vacancy rates. In seeking to understand industry performance, this quarterly monitor covers 675 shopping centres across Britain, providing detailed analysis of vacancy rates within the top 30, 50, 100 and 675 centres, supported with breakdowns by region, retail / leisure, multiple and ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: october 2015 – all access

Date: 19/10/2015
Description: OCTOBER 2015 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor KEY HIGHLIGHTS: 0.8% FALL Scotland vacancy decline on the year year-on-year fall in vacancy rate across Britain BREAKDOWN BY MIX: -0.3% 1.0% RISE in the number of multiples in shopping centres North West showed largest decline in vacancy across Britain No change in the percentage of leisure units in all shopping centres -2.2% Wales increase in vacancy +0.4% +0.2% South West of England increase in vacancy © BCSC / The Local Data Company ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - October 2015

Date: 09/11/2015
Description: On the year, town centre shopping centres performed better than out-of-town shopping centres +0.5% -4.3% OUT-OF-TOWN -4.3% TOWN CENTRE BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR OUT-OF-TOWN Positive impact The East Midlands experienced positive footfall throughout the duration of the World Cup. OCTOBER 2015 NORTHERN IRELAND +10.5% GROWTH ON THE MONTH NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +3.9% INCREASE on the month +5.2% INCREASE on the year BCSC / FootFall Monitor October 2015 Week-on-week • T  he latest British Council of ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor -Black Friday / Cyber Monday - November 2015

Date: 01/12/2015
Description: Sale 5.17% FALL on footfall in UK shopping centres and retail parks on Black Friday, Saturday and Sunday Some major retailers did not participate while others scaled back their sale periods BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR NOVEMBER 2015 5.8% BLACK FRIDAY CYBER MONDAY DECLINE on the year 9.55% last Monday increase on SALE 18.2% Y-O-Y FOOTFALL RETAIL PARKS VS SHOPPING CENTRES + - 4.79% 0.5% 1.4% 4.05% 5.17% FRI 6.14% SAT SUN MON

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - November 2015

Date: 10/12/2015
Description: On the year, in-town and out-of-town shopping centres both experienced a fall in footfall -1.1% -5.2% OUT-OF-TOWN -5.2% TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN 6.5% INCREASE on the month VS BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR All regions excluding the North East experienced an increase in footfall on the month NOVEMBER 2015 EAST ENGLAND +11.3% GROWTH ON THE MONTH NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +9.9% INCREASE on the month +6.8% INCREASE on the year BCSC / FootFall Monitor November 2015 This report does not include data on Black ...

BCSC Membership Prospectus

Date: 04/01/2016
Description: BCSC MEMBERSHIP PROSPECTUS The UK’s largest professional retail property membership body WWW.BCSC.ORG.UK BCSC | Charter House | 13-15 Carteret Street | Westminster | London | SW1H 9DJ Copyright © 2015 BCSC 02 Our members 03 What we do 05 Member benefits 08 NextGen 09 Fees and categories 12 How to join “For more than 30 years BCSC has been the most influential membership body in the retail property sector. It fulfils a crucial role in delivering business and career development ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - Christmas Special - December 2015

Date: 15/01/2016
Description: TRADING WEEK Extended Christmas trading hours Physical space meets consumer requirement contributed to: +18.9% 2014 INCREASE (vs 2013) +0.3% in footfall on the month 2015 (vs 2014) In UK shopping centres and retail parks on Black Friday, Saturday and Sunday +1.4% Some major retailers did not participate while others scaled back their sales periods 2015 1/5 increase in footfall on November 2015 -5.8% DECLINE on the year +3.36% -2.6% CYBER MONDAY BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR 2014 DECEMBER 2015 ...

Outlook for Retail 2016

Date: 18/01/2016
Description: Economics Outlook For Retail 2016 January 2016 Economics Contents Executive summary 3 Outlook for UK retail 27 Consumer backdrop in 2016 4 Retailer backdrop in 2016 5 Consumer backdrop in 2016 Inflation Labour market Credit and household borrowing Renewed austerity Interest rates Consumer confidence Spending power 6 8 10 12 13 14 15 Retail Sector Dashboard Food and Grocery Clothing Consumer Electricals Furniture and Flooring Homewares Health and Beauty DIY and Gardening Footwear 28 29 30 31 ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: January 2016 – members only

Date: 27/01/2016
Description: JANUARY 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor This shopping centre vacancy monitor developed in partnership with BCSC and the Local Data Company (LDC), provides an overview of the level of vacancy rates. This quarterly monitor covers 675 shopping centres across Britain, providing detailed analysis of vacancy rates within the top 30, 50, 100 and 675 centres, supported with breakdowns by region, retail / leisure, multiple and independent mix, and more. KEY HIGHLIGHTS: • Regionally, ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: January 2016 – all access

Date: 26/01/2016
Description: JANUARY 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor KEY HIGHLIGHTS: 0.8% FALL Scotland saw a decline in vacancy on the year -1.1% year-on-year fall in vacancy rate recorded across Britain in the final and busiest trading quarter of the year INDEPENDENTS: Yorkshire & The Humber saw largest decline in vacancy across Britain 1.5% DROP in the number of independents in shopping centres MULTIPLES: 1.5% RISE in the number of multiples in shopping centres -1.6% West Midlands vacancy saw a ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - January 2016

Date: 16/02/2016
Description: On the year, in-town and out-of-town shopping centres, including retail parks all performed well +2.4% +2.8% +1.0% TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN WEEK 1 2016 VS RETAIL PARKS WEEK 1 2015 +0.8% JA SA NU LE ARY S BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR Mixed performance with the East of England, South East and Yorkshire & The Humber observing rates above +6.0% JANUARY 2016 SCOTLAND -5.6% FALL ON THE YEAR NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY -34.2% DECREASE on the month +7.3% INCREASE on the year BCSC / Footfall Monitor January 2016 ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - February 2016

Date: 11/03/2016
Description: Be My Valentine... SUNDAY 6PM - 10PM +56.5% increase in footfall compared with the same Sunday in 2015 On the month, footfall across all regions improved BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR FEBRUARY 2016 East Midlands, North East and Scotland observed rates above +7.0% Y-O-Y Shopping centre footfall Y-O-Y INCREASE IN FOOTFALL +1.7% Copyright © 2016 BCSC BCSC / Footfall Monitor February 2016 Number of Centres: 300 featuring in this report Valentine’s Day footfall in UK shopping centres and retail parks ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - ROI - February 2016

Date: 18/03/2016
Description: Index BCSC / Footfall Monitor MONTHLY FOOTFALL INDEX (REPUBLIC OF IRELAND) TREND February 2016 Retail Traffic - FootFall Index 01-Feb-2016 Week-on-week: • 2013 Index Value 90 115 • 2015 YEAR ON YEAR 2016 DECREASE IN FOOTFALL Month-on-month footfall remained negative with footfall down -3.7% on January. Compared with the UK, the Republic of Ireland perfomance was poor with the UK observing a positive increase of +0.5% on the month. YTD Cumulative 85 80 75 105 • 2014 0.1% 125 ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - Easter Weekend 2016

Date: 31/03/2016
Description: EASTER BANK HOLIDAY WEEKEND BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR UK NATIONAL BREAKDOWN FOR SHOPPING CENTRES COMPARED TO 2015 (3RD - 6TH APRIL 2015) GOOD FRIDAY -2.1% EASTER SATURDAY -1.6% EASTER MONDAY EASTER SUNDAY +0.3% -1.6% NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY 2015 VS 2016 EAster sunday +10.0% FRI D +0.3% SUND +2.4% MO N -4.8% AY -8.1% copyright © 2016 BCSC Y DA -3.5% SATU R DECLINE Y DA +21.5% AY RETAIL PARKS Y-O-Y EAster monday

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - March 2016

Date: 19/04/2016
Description: On the year, in-town and out-of-town shopping centres, including retail parks all observed a drop in footfall -2.7% -2.5% -1.5% TOWN CENTRE OUT-OF-TOWN RETAIL PARKS Adverse weather conditions resulted in relatively flat footfall throughout March FLAT FOOTFALL SHOPPING CENTRES BCSC +1.3% FOOTFALL MONITOR -2.5% INCREASE DECREASE on the month on the year MARCH 2016 SCOTLAND +0.3% INCREASE ON THE YEAR EAST OF ENGLAND +5.5% INCREASE ON THE YEAR NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY +2.0% INCREASE on the month ...

BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor: April 2016 – all access

Date: 22/04/2016
Description: APRIL 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Overview Containing the largest data set across retail and leisure in Great Britain KEY HIGHLIGHTS: Scotland was the best performing nation with vacancy declining on the year -2.4% 1.4% 1.1% North East saw the largest drop in vacancy 0.8% SHOPPING CENTRES RETAIL PARKS HIGH STREETS -2.7% Vacancy rates in shopping centres fell for the fourth consecutive quarter in Q1 2016. Wales saw the only increase in vacancy +1.9% BREAKDOWN BY MIX: 0.5% ...

BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor: April 2016 – members only

Date: 27/04/2016
Description: APRIL 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Containing the largest data set across retail and leisure in Great Britain KEY HIGHLIGHTS: OVERALL RETAIL AND LEISURE VACANCY TOP 675 Scotland was the best performing nation with vacancy declining on the year BCSC /LDC SHOPPING CENTRES The increase in independents in shopping centres, now accounting for more than a quarter of all shopping centre units shows consumer confidence and business performance remaining strong into the first part ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - April 2016

Date: 23/05/2016
Description: BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR APRIL 2016 Containing the largest data set of 300 UK shopping centres NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY: 6PM-10PM 0.0% REGIONAL TOP PERFORMERS: M-O-M Y-O-Y +6.5% +1.8% WA L E S RETAIL PARKS IN-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES OUT-OF-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES 0.0% -1.0% -2.0% -3.0% +3.0% M-O-M Y-O-Y EAST ER N YEAR-ON-YEAR +6.0% 6 MONTH ANALYSIS: (NOV 15 - APR 16) +16.0% +12.0% +8.0% +4.0% M-O-M Y-O-Y 0.0% -4.0% -8.0% -12.0% -16.0% -20.0% Nov 15 BCSC © 2016 BCSC DEC 15 JAN 16 FEB 16 MAR 16 APR 16 ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - May 2016

Date: 14/06/2016
Description: BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR MAY 2016 Containing the largest data set of 300 UK shopping centres NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY: 6PM-10PM 0.0% REGIONAL TOP PERFORMERS: M-O-M Y-O-Y +7.7% +1.0% N.I R ELAN D S C OT LA N D SHOPPING PLACES: RETAIL PARKS IN-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES OUT-OF-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES 0.0% -1.0% -2.0% -3.0% +3.0% YEAR-ON-YEAR M-O-M Y-O-Y -3.0% +6.0% 6 MONTH ANALYSIS: (DEC 15 - MAY 16) +16.0% +12.0% +8.0% +4.0% M-O-M Y-O-Y 0.0% -4.0% -8.0% -12.0% -16.0% -20.0% DEC 15 BCSC © 2016 BCSC JAN 16 ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - June 2016

Date: 20/07/2016
Description: BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR JUNE 2016 Containing the largest data set of 300 UK shopping centres NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY: 6PM-10PM 0.0% REGIONAL TOP PERFORMERS: M-O-M Y-O-Y +9.5% +4.0% EAST ENGLAND SHOPPING PLACES: +2.0% RETAIL PARKS IN-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES OUT-OF-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES +1.0% 0.0% +3.0% EAST ENGLAND M-O-M Y-O-Y -3.0% +6.0% MONTH-ON-MONTH 6 MONTH ANALYSIS: (DEC 15 - MAY 16) +12.0% +8.0% +4.0% M-O-M -1.0% +16.0% Y-O-Y 0.0% -4.0% -8.0% -2.0% -12.0% -16.0% -20.0% JAN 16 BCSC © 2016 BCSC ...

Brexit: Retail Outlook

Date: 26/07/2016
Description: BREXIT: RETAIL OUTLOOK Brexit: Retail Outlook A lot has happened in the month since the majority of the UK voted to leave the European Union. Politics, financial markets, the economy and the media have all reacted and responded in different ways. And volatility abounds. However, working with Cushman & Wakefield we believed there was a need for some sensible analysis of the retail and retail property market fundamentals to understand how we are placed to weather whatever storms are on the ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: July 2016 – members only

Date: 03/08/2016
Description: AUGUST 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Containing the largest data set across retail and leisure in Great Britain “Our latest research shows vacancy rates declining for the fifth consecutive quarter, reaffirming the stable trend of declining vacancy at UK shopping centres driven by a strengthening occupier market and active asset management. KEY HIGHLIGHTS: OVERALL RETAIL AND LEISURE VACANCY TOP 675 In light of the high profile closures of BHS, Austin Reed and Store Twenty ...

BCSC / LDC shopping centre vacancy monitor: July 2016 – all access

Date: 03/08/2016
Description: AUGUST 2016 BCSC / LDC Shopping Centre Vacancy Monitor Overview Containing the largest data set across retail and leisure in Great Britain KEY HIGHLIGHTS: North East saw one of the largest drops in vacancy 0.5% 0.9% 1.6% -2.1% SHOPPING CENTRES RETAIL PARKS East Midlands saw a drop in vacancy TOWN CENTR ES Vacancy rates in shopping centres fell for the fourth consecutive quarter in Q2 2016. -1.9% East of England saw one of the largest drops in vacancy Wales increase in vacancy +0.3% © BCSC / ...

Quarterly Retail Pulse: Q2 2016

Date: 10/08/2016
Description: Economics Quarterly Retail Pulse: Q2 2016 BCSC in partnership with Retail Economics is delighted to publish its Quarterly Retail Pulse, as part of our analytics research programme. With heightened uncertainty leading to a loss of business confidence the repercussions of the referendum result will take time to feed through to the real economy. To understand the real impact on both the macroeconomic environment and industry performance, this quarterly update will provide analysis behind the ...

BCSC / FootFall Monitor - July 2016

Date: 11/08/2016
Description: BCSC FOOTFALL MONITOR JULY 2016 Containing the largest data set of 300 UK shopping centres NIGHT-TIME ECONOMY: 6PM-10PM 0.0% REGIONAL TOP PERFORMERS: M-O-M Y-O-Y YORKSHIRE & THE HUMBER NOrTHERN IRELAND +9.3% 0.0% SHOPPING PLACES: RETAIL PARKS IN-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES OUT-OF-TOWN SHOPPING CENTRES +3.0% +2.0% +1.0% +3.0% M-O-M Y-O-Y -3.0% +6.0% MONTH-ON-MONTH 6 MONTH ANALYSIS: (FEB 16 - JUL 16) +12.0% +8.0% +4.0% M-O-M Y-O-Y 0.0% +16.0% 0.0% -4.0% -8.0% -12.0% -16.0% -20.0% FEB 16 BCSC © 2016 ...

Revo Footfall Monitor - August data

Date: 05/10/2016
Description: August 2016 Footfall Monitor. “A return to ‘staycation’ brings stability.” Week-on-week. On the year, week-on-week performance remained relatively negative across the month, with week four seeing a dive of -5.4 % in footfall. Breakdown by region. Footfall across the majority of regions was positive, with Wales, the North West and West Midlands showing impressive increases of 5% and over. Year-on-year. As with the monthly performance, year-on-year performance also suffered, with ...

Revo / ShopperTrak Footfall Monitor - September 2016 data

Date: 13/10/2016
Description: September 2016. Footfall Monitor: In a nutshell, flat and falling. Containing the largest data set of UK shopping centres and retail parks. Week-on-week. On the year, week-on-week performance remained largely flat across the month, with week four seeing a dive in footfall of -3.2%. Month-on-month. DOUBLE DIGIT INCREASES IN E. ENGLAND & NORTH WEST Breakdown by region. East of England 10.2% 0.3% East Midlands Month-on-month footfall in shopping centres fell by -0.2% on August. Footfall across ...

Revo / LDC Retail and Leisure Vacancy Monitor - October 2016

Date: 02/11/2016
Description: Sharing knowledge to create a better place to be November 2016 Revo / LDC Retail and Leisure Vacancy Monitor Containing the largest data set across retail and leisure in Great Britain. Shopping centres saw the largest decline in vacancy across Q3 2016. SHOPPING CENTRES Overall retail and leisure vacancy. Top 683 -2.6% Total units: 36,495 Vacancy change: 2% Q3 2016 Q3 2015 0.4% 1.2% Revo / LCD Retail and Leisure Vacancy Monitor Revo/LDC Shopping centres 0.6% RETAIL PARKS HIGH STREETS North ...

Revo / ShopperTrak Footfall Monitor - October 2016 data

Date: 11/11/2016
Description: October 2016. Halloween brings scarily positive news, in such an uncertain world: jump in shopper footfall! Containing the largest data set of UK shopping centres and retail parks. Week-on-week. On the year, week-on-week performance remained largely negative with week four seeing a dive of -4.6%. FOOTFALL SAW A POSITIVE U-TURN ON THE MONTH DECREASE ON THE YEAR Breakdown by region. East of England Month-on-month. Month-on-month footfall in shopping centres improved significantly, a complete ...

Quarterly Retail Briefing: Q3 2016

Date: 14/11/2016
Description: Economics Quarterly Retail Briefing: November 2016 Spending remains firm but darker clouds forming on the horizon. Introduction 1 Brexit: Shopper’s sentiment index 6 Economic overview Footfall Vacancy rates Total retail overview Food and beverage overview Clothing overview Footwear overview Health and beauty overview Electrical overview DIY and gardening overview Furniture and flooring Homewares overview Economic insight reports 2 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Quarterly Retail Briefing: ...

Integrated safety management and major incidents in retail places

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: Guidance for general managers: Integrated safety management and major incidents in retail places. Introduction and scope 2 Defining the major incident 9 The context – challenges in the shopping centre environment Addressing business continuity management 6 9 The components of integrated safety management 10 Prevention 15 Anticipation and assessment Preparation Response Recovery Conclusion 10 15 16 22 24 Figure 1: The cycle of integrated safety management (ISM) Scan horizon for emerging or ...

GN109 - The recruitment and training of security officers in retail property

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: Guidance note 109 (updated Guidance note 20) The recruitment and training of security officers in retail property. November 2016 Is your security team as good as it could be? The recruitment and training of security officers in retail property. Security officers are deployed in shopping centres in order to support the property owner and or management team in delivering a safe and secure environment in which to do business by: • • • • reassuring shoppers, retailers, contractors, ...

GN110 - Managing security in retail car parks

Date: 28/11/2016
Description: Guidance note 110 (updated Guidance note 12) Managing security in retail car parks. November 2016 Upfront and practical; security advice to make shopping car parks even safer. Managing security in retail car parks. A significant number of shopping trips begin and end by visiting a retail place car park. The car park, therefore, becomes an important and integral customer service, which will reflect the quality of the centre. As such, it requires the same level of attention by owners and ...

Revo / ShopperTrak footfall monitor - November 2016

Date: 15/12/2016
Description: November 2016. Gearing up for Christmas. Containing the largest data set of UK shopping centres and retail parks. Week-on-week. On the year, week-on-week performance remained largely negative with week four seeing a dive of -5.0%. Month-on-month. FOOTFALL INCREASED ON THE MONTH Month-on-month performance in shopping centres continued to improve with footfall up +4.2% on October. Footfall across the majority of regions, with the exception on the North East, benefitted from the busy trading ...

Revo / ShopperTrak footfall monitor - Black Friday special

Date: 15/12/2016
Description: Revo / ShopperTrak footfall monitor Black Friday Special W-O-W Y-O-Y fall on the year Overall shopper tra�c on Black Friday was down on the year. High street numbers peaked between 11am - 3pm 11am-3pm Night-time economy Y-O-Y Footfall peaked between 7pm-8pm "In line with our predictions and the established trend, Black Friday has seen an increase in online retail sales, with shopper footfall declining in comparison to previous years. Despite this, overall retail sales are up, consumer ...

Investing in the UK Retail Market: a Global Opportunity

Date: 18/01/2017
Description: Investing in the UK retail market A global opportunity Researched and written by: Neil Saunders, Conlumino 441 Lexington Avenue, New York, NY 10017 +1 718 708 1476 conlumino-usa.com Sponsors: Revo Charter House 13-15 Carteret Street Westminster London, SW1H 9DJ +44 (0)20 7222 1122 revocommunity.org intu 40 Broadway London, SW1H 0BT +44 (0)20 7960 1200 intugroup.co.uk © Revo and intu (2017) Acknowledgements The Steering Group which provided oversight on the study and recommendations included ...

The 2017 Industry Criteria & Guidance

Date: 17/01/2017
Description: THE 2017 INDUSTRY CRITERIA & GUIDANCE FOR DEVELOPING AND RENEWING BUSINESS IMPROVEMENT DISTRICTS (BIDS) On behalf of association of town & city management PRODUCED BY 2 FOREWORD FROM THE PARTNERS With over 260 BIDs at the start of 2017, and more to be developed and renewed during the year, there has never been a more important time to refresh our annual BID Industry Criteria & Guidance to those bringing forward BID Proposals. There is now over 10 years’ experience of BID ballots, in which ...

Investing in the UK Retail Market: a Global Opportunity - Report Highlights

Date: 20/01/2017
Description: Investing in the UK retail market: A global opportunity Report highlights Executive summary Retail is one of the UK’s success stories: a vibrant and innovative sector generating £326 billion in sales each year and directly employing around 3 million people. Given its status, it is hardly surprising that many international retailers have made, and continue to make the UK a key target for their expansion activity. It is easy to take this success for granted and to assume that the UK is ...