Across its 18 managed stations, Network Rail saw like-for-like sales rise by 3.67% between the start of April and the end of June. Its head of national business development Andrew Ledger
says the increase proves that train stations are starting to become more appealing to brands than being on the high street.
In comparison, Britain’s high street saw average sales
fall by 0.10% during the same period, according to the British Retail Consortium.
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