In the RhÃ´ne
Several brands are affected by the latest restrictions
- The La Part-Dieu shopping center (Lyon 3rd). With 240 shops and 160,000 mÂ² it is a consumer juggernaut in the region.
- The Saint-Genis 2 shopping arcade (Saint-Genis-Laval). 28,000 m2 and 90 shops. The Auchan hypermarket must remain open.
- Le CarrÃ© de Soie (Vaulx-en-Velin). 60,000 m2 and 57 shops. The Carrefour supermarket will remain open.
- Confluence (Lyon 2nd). 54,000 m2. The Carrefour supermarket will remain open.
- Porte des Alpes gallery (Holy Priest). 31,000 m2, 63 shops. The Auchan Saint-Priest hypermarket will remain open.
- Ecully Grand Ouest (Ecully). 40,000 m2, 76 shops. The Carrefour hypermarket remains open.
- Ikea Parilly (VÃ©nissieux). 22,500 m2 sales area for the flagship of the Scandinavian brand in the region.
No closings in shopping areas, but new measures against Covid-19.
The areas that could be affected are essentially the Neuve in Bourg-en-Bresse, the Beynost shopping center, the Aviation shopping area in AmbÃ©rieu and of course the Val Thoiry shopping center in Land Gex.
In the Loire
The non-essential shops of Center Deux, Auchan Villars and Galerie de Monthieu with an area of â€‹â€‹just over 20,000 mÂ² and 44,000 mÂ² are closed.
The casino hypermarkets in Monthieu and Auchan in Villars and Center Deux will remain open.
On Sunday January 31st, we learned that the IkÃ©a store in Saint-Ã‰tienne was closing its doors
The Steel Mall is expected to remain open. It was installed in front of the gallery in Monthieu and should not be affected by the new government measures, as public transport between companies is outdoors and shops are independent.
In the Haute-Loire
According to our latest information, the shops at Galerie de Vals would not be affected by the closure. The manager of this mall, which is 21,500 square meters according to its website, told retailers that they would stay open unless there was a contraindication from the prefecture.
In CÃ´tÃ© dOr and SaÃ´ne-et-Loire
In CÃ´tÃ© dOr, the measure concerns the Toison-dOr in Dijon (estimated area of â€‹â€‹around 78,000 mÂ²). The Grand Quetigny gallery (47,300 mÂ²) and the 23,000 mÂ² Portes du Sud in ChenÃ´ve, including the GÃ©ant hypermarket, the surface of which is not taken into account, will remain open
Another flagship store in the department near the gauge: Ikea in Dijon. The premises extend over 23,000 mÂ², but the sales area is smaller. The site is closed.
The SaÃ´ne-et-Loire department does not appear to be affected by the measure to close the largest industrial parks. However, the authorities remain cautious before the decrees are published.