Monday November 19 2012 The proportion of empty shops in British town centres hit a record in October in the face of stagnating sales and rising costs, with Northern Ireland the worst, according to a new survey. This year has seen several high...
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As retailers continue to battle against stagnating sales and rising costs, the new figures showed last month's town centre vacancy rate at 11.3%. A fifth of store units are currently empty in Northern Ireland, while the rate for Wales is 15.1% and...
Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images More than one in 10 shops in the UK's town centres were empty in October as retailers suffered from stagnating sales and rising costs, and the outlook is likely to get worse, according to the British Retail Consortium.