During the censuses carried out in France, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg in 2018, Codata counted 61 shopping centres openings following creation or extension projects.

Among the shopping centres that opened in 2018, some of them stand out for their size and importance in the commercial landscape of the region in which they are located.

  • France : Aren’Park (Cergy), B’est (Farébersviller), Grand Hôtel Dieu (Lyon), La Sucrerie (Abbeville), The Village (La Verpillière), Retail Park Les océanides (La Teste-de-Buch)

  • Belgium : Les Bastions (Tournai)

  • The Netherlands : Walburg (Zwijndrecht), Koningshoek (Maassluis)

Consult the detailed file of shopping centre openings in 2018.

Retail Park Les Océanides - La Teste-de-Buch (France)

Les Bastions - Tournai (Belgium)

Koningshoek - Maassluis (The Netherlands)


As for the projects scheduled to open in 2019, no fewer than 104 shopping centres will be built, including 66 creations and 38 site extensions. The distribution of projects by country is the following one:

  • France : 79

  • Belgium : 19

  • The Netherlands : 4

  • Luxembourg : 2

Among the shopping centres that will open in 2019, some of them are distinguished by their size:

  • France : Shopping Promenade Claye-Souilly (Claye-Souilly),  Viaduc  Village (La Cavalerie), Lillenium (Lille), Paddock Paris (Romainville)

  • Belgium : Zuiderring (Genk), Cristal Park (Seraing)

  • The Netherlands : Forum Rotterdam (Rotterdam), Ringerscomplex (Alkmaar)

  • Luxembourg : La Cloche d’Or (Luxembourg), Royal Hamilius (Luxembourg)

Consult the detailed file of shopping centre and retail park projects for the year 2019.

Paddock Paris - Romainville (France)