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Westfield owner says UK centres enjoy sales and footfall growth

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Unibail-Rodamco-Westfield (URW), the commercial property firm behind Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City, has posted strong results across its UK malls.


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Westfield London and Westfield Stratford City, which are two of London’s leading shopping destinations with an impressive line-up of tenants that includes the likes of Burberry, Gucci and Louis Vuitton, experienced a 3.9% increase in footfall in the nine months to September 30, URW said.

Tenants at this malls also reported a 5.2% increase in retail sales during the same period.

This compares with a 3.1% increase in footfall across the company’s Continental European shopping centres, and a 5.2% uplift in tenant sales.

Gross rental income for the UK portfolio was up 112.2% to 153.6 million euros on an adjusted basis and up 112.2% to 81.7 million euros on an IFRS basis.

This contributed to URW achieving a 22% increase in gross rental income to 2.3 billion euros across its whole portfolio on an adjusted basis. 

The group’s UK shopping centres performed particularly well against a backdrop of difficult market conditions underpinned by continued consumer caution and heightened Brexit uncertainty.

According to CBI, a business organisation, UK retail sales have been falling for the past six months - the longest period of decline since the financial crisis. Many national chains, including New Look, Mothercare, Marks & Spencer and Boots are closing shops across the nation in a bid to cut their losses.

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