The Wireless Social Footfall Tracker reports on UK high street activity, incorporating data from our 28 million users.

Tuesday 2nd March 2021

We have looked at the reduction in footfall experienced in UK regions and compared it against a pre-lockdown average base week in February 2020.

From February's data, it would appear that across the UK, the footfall has remained consistent over the past 6 weekends, differing only by 2% at most each weekend.

Last weekend (27 Feb) saw -79% of the footfall this time last year on a Saturday, and on Sunday (28 Feb) we saw -77% of February 2020's average footfall.

From all the cities we looked at the footfall data for, London is the busiest although not anywhere near pre-lockdown levels, with -72% of February 2020's footfall seen on Saturday (27 Feb) and -70% on Sunday (28 Feb.)

The city with the quietest footfall was York, on Saturday (27 Feb) we recorded -94% and on Sunday -92% of the footfall seen in February 2020.



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