Shopping centres footfall data in Svicom’s portfolio show in the first six months of the year an increase of 20% compared to 2021, whilst the CNCC Market Monitor registered a +26%.
The daily average goes from daily visitors 5.530 to 6.680 in 2022, with an average of the maximum daily value of 11 million circa (+9% compared with 2021). Positive variations for every day of the week, except for Tuesdays.
The variation between 2022 and 2019 is -15% for Svicom cross-section, -19% national data. Despite the negative variation, more than positive trends are to be recorded for Saturdays (+24%) and Sundays (+33%).
Turnovers are recording a better trend than the footfall’s one.
In the first months of the year, it is to be highlighted a +33% in comparison with the same period of 2021, with positive variations per every month until the month of May. June suffers a setback with a -4%. Several factors are affecting, such as inflation, consumptions increase, conflict and political crisis.
Looking at the sectors, we notice that F&B has the best results (+81%), thanks to the end of Covid restrictions, as well as Clothing (+38%) and Culture Free Time Gifts.
The same trend is to be registered throughout the country.
The comparison with 2019, registers a negative variation -1% (-4,9% being the national data) with positive variations most of all for Electronics, Services and Home goods. Comparison with 2019 registered more than positive values for April (+2%) and May (+14%).
The Svicom sample consists of more than 30 assets distributed across the country, for a total of over 500,000 sqm of GLA.
The CNCC sample consists of over 200 centres larger than 5,000 sqm, for a total of over 6,000,000 sqm of GLA.