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Stretched consumers to cut back on leisure spending

As the cost-of-living crisis bites consumers will be forced to cut back on discretionary spending, with the leisure sector set to suffer as a result. At the same time, operators are facing shortages of labour and rising costs. We have therefore cut our rental value forecast to a 1% fall this year and no change in 2023.

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