Footfall is an indicator of a town centre’s vitality and viability. Monitoring footfall can inform on the nature of high streets, how they are used, and how they are changing.

Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council invested in comprehensive footfall and footfall and foot-flow monitoring as a measure of town centre vitality.

Chris Wade is Director of the People and Places Partnership. Chris shares insights into how the Nuneaton initiative proved useful in managing the local response to the pandemic.

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Footfall is a vital metric which provides a measure of activity on local high streets. Chris Wade from the People and Places Partnership discusses the monitoring of footfall and foot-flow data to inform the pandemic response.

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