Thursday, 29 June 2017, by Liv Marsters

Footfall surges at Retail Parks and casual trading rises…


The latest figures from Springboard shows that annual footfall has increased 4.5% at retail parks, with uplifts in every region and nationally, led by the East which increased by 12.2%.


Retail parks take the lead; meanwhile shopping centres saw an annual increase of 0.9% and high street footfall is up 0.1% against the previous year. 

According to the high street sales tracker (week ending June 18, 2017), non-store like-for-like sales were up by 14.47% this week. Non-store, also known as casual trading is the concept of selling goods and services to consumers outside of brick-and-mortar locations, i.e. in the mall of a shopping centre. Clients can lease spaces internally for a kiosk or RMU and externally for catering vans or modular units.

We are focused on driving revenue and awareness for our clients whilst enriching customer experiences with tailored promotional solutions. 


Casual trading examples



If you are interested in trading at one of our high footfall retail parks or shopping centres, please contact our commercialisation team today!