Glasgow shopping and dining centre Princes Square has confirmed most of it will reopen on Monday 13 July at 10am.
The Buchanan Street mall which is home to luxury brands such as Vivienne Westwood, Kate Spade and Space.NK said its restaurants and Vidal Sassoon hair salon will reopen on July 15.
It will insist on distancing of two metres between visitors.
There will be a restriction on the number of customers in any store at one time and there will be clear signage on where to stand to enter the shop, the changing room and at the till.
Customers will be asked to use the Buchanan Street entrances and automatic doors reduce touch point risk. To travel between floors, the escalator has been clearly marked and the lifts are for a maximum of one person or a family.
Hand sanitisers will be positioned at entrances and customer toilets will be open with soap and hot water for hand washing. Wearing face masks will be mandatory, as per Scottish Government advice. Opening hours will be 10am to 6pm.
Katie Moody from Princes Square said: “We are delighted to be opening our doors again and want to ensure our customer experience is second to none. The safety of our customers is paramount and with cleanliness already to a high standard in Princes Square, we have increased our cleaning schedules significantly.
“We respectfully ask all guests to observe our social-distancing policy at all times and face masks must be worn upon entering Princes Square and in all retail stores.
“There’s lots to look forward to: we have confirmation of new retailers – which we will reveal in the coming weeks – and the return of our showcase of work of local traders and designers at Princes Fayre.”
Opening hours of retailers are 10am – 6pm every day until further notice. For more information about Princes Square please visit:
Issued on behalf of Princes Square by Lisa Watt, LWPR. For further information contact: Lisa Watt on 07903 206615 or email: email@example.com