Nottingham beats Derby and Leicester when it comes to filling shops

Nottingham beats Derby and Leicester when it comes to filling shops
 

Nottingham fares better than its regional rival cities Derby and Leicester when it comes to filling shops, according to new figures.
A net average of four city centre shops have been opened in the past five years, compared to net closures of 43 in Derby and 36 in Leicester.
The Local Data Company found that the number of empty shops in Nottingham has also declined – and faster than other East Midlands cities – in the past year, with 16.2 percent of premises vacant in 2016, compared to 17.2 percent last year.
In Derby, vacant shops has increased by 0.9 percent to 17.2 percent, while there... read more

 
3 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 25
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