'We need to stop the rot' as failure to tackle regeneration is blamed for empty shops



GRIMSBY is one of the worst performing towns in the country when it comes to empty shops – an issue described as a "disease" by an East Marsh ward councillor.
More than a fifth of shops in the town, 22.3 per cent, were empty in the first half of 2016, according to the Local Data Company (LDC), making it the 10th worst town in Britain. The vacancy rate was up from 21.5 per cent in 2015.
The new figures show England has the lowest national vacancy rate in the UK at 11.3 per cent, followed by Scotland at 12.1 per cent and Wales at 15.1 per cent.
In the second half of 2015, openings... read more

 
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