A discount supermarket chain dubbed the ‘Russian Lidl’ is planning on opening over 300 new UK stores in the next decade.
Two-thirds of high street retailers have been told by their landlord that they will be subject to legal measures from July when an agreement with commercial landlords comes to an end.
Data shows there was an overall 1.1% rise in retail footfall, suggesting a growing confidence among consumers to come back to the shops in person.
High Street retailers have been enjoying a surge in sales as non-essential shops were able to reopen again after being forced to close their doors for the majority of the past year.
A report into retail trends has shown that shoppers have reversed a 25-year trend of impulsive “top-up” shopping.
While England’s non-essential retail and hospitality businesses had already reopened, Scotland’s devolved government set its own roadmap out of lockdown.
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A report shows how various regions have fared during the lockdown, with major hubs in cities falling behind more local retail centres when it comes to footfall.
Reports suggest that customers will be asked to adhere to strict safety measure to be allowed entry into stores after many months restrictions.
Plans have been announced for a 25m high artificial hill to be built at the western end of Oxford Street in London when lockdown ends.