Canterbury Bid

City Centre Performance

Canterbury-High-Street

On a monthly basis Canterbury Connected BID produces a report on how the city centre is performing based on a range of indicators. The data is pulled from a number of sources both at local level and a national level. The objective of the reports is to track the impact of economic activity on the city centre, and to provide a baseline from which future performance can be benchmarked. The reports consider the following key indicators to determine the City’s economic health:

  • Business premises vacancy rates
  • Business premises type
  • Business start-up rates
  • City Centre footfall
  • Business Sales Performance
  • Tourism

Please find below the reports to date since the start of the BID:

2014 2015 2016 2017 2018
October January January January January
November February February February February
December March March March March
April April April April
May May May May
June June June June
July July July July
August August August August
September September September
October October October
November November November
December December December

*Please note that due to the length of time for the data to be compiled and the report written, the reports are generally available 4 to 6 weeks after the end of the month.

Springboard Footfall Reports

The BID receives weekly and monthly footfall analysis reports through Springboard. A reporting contract was agreed in March 2018 and data has been collected since then. Below you will find the latest weekly reports and a month on month analysis. Please note, we will not receive year on year comparisons until data has been taken for a full year (March 2019).

 

Weekly Footfall Monthly Footfall
24-30 September May 2018
1-7 October June 2018
8-14 October July 2018
15-21 October August 2018
22-28 October September 2018
29 October – 4 November October 2018