Percentage change in number of retail stores in Great Britain 2017, by location

This statistic shows the percentage change in the number of retail and leisure units in Great Britain in 2017, by location type. That year, retail parks were the only location type to see an overall increase in the number of units, with store presence rising by 0.85 percent. In comparison, high street locations saw a net decrease in stores by 1.14 percent, while the number of units in shopping centers fell by 1.88 percent.

Percentage change in the number of retail and leisure units in Great Britain in 2017, by location type

Percentage net change
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Release date

June 2018

Region

United Kingdom (Great Britain)

Survey time period

2017

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