Nearly 70% of people are proud of their local town, but demand for better transport and more leisure and casual dining options remain
This quarter’s Deltic Night Index’s safety focus highlights clear discrepancy in attitudes between men and women.
Respondents say local towns do not offer diverse and late enough nightlife, highlighting areas of opportunity for Government and operators to boost local economies
Data demonstrates impact of a healthy night time economy on the high street
Consumer spend on a night out rises 6.9% year on year
Brits spend an average of £59.49 on a night out, and 58% go out at least once a week
42.0% of consumers admit that seeing other people post about their night out on social media makes them want to go on a night out
London, 15th November 2017: The latest Deltic Night Index has revealed that more Brits are going on a night out1 each week and spending more when compared to the same period in 2016.
72.8% of those who have worked in the leisure industry acquired more skills than they were expecting and 60.7% recommend working in the industry
Research from the latest Deltic Night Index, a quarterly report into the UK’s late night economy, reveals that 18-21 year olds spend the most on getting ready for a night out, with an average spend of £19.28, followed by 26-30 year olds who spend an average of £18.29 and then 22-25 year olds at £17.41. Those aged 56 and above spend least, with an average spend of £4.70.
Brighton is officially the social life capital of the UK, with almost half of its adult population [48.7%] enjoying a good night out at least once a week.
Latest Deltic Night Index shows consumer spending on late night leisure up 6.3% on previous quarter