Braehead Shopping Centre has revealed a raft of safety measures it has put in place as it gears up for its grand reopening next week.
Scots will be itching the get some much needed retail therapy when the majority of shops open to customers again from Monday, July 13.
Bosses behind the popular centre have given customers a glimpse of what to expect on the big reopening day.
Few vital shops, such as supermarkets and pharmacies, remained opened during the lockdown period – with officials installing automatic hand sanitation dispensers at the entrance.
There are now plans to bolster the numbers of these facilities so there are more dispensers readily available around the shops.
Floor stickers have been plastered across the centre to highlight the one-way system in place for shoppers to adhere to social distancing.
The number of customers in the centre at the one time will also be limited.
Staff will be carrying out more thorough cleaning at main contact points throughout Braehead, such as escalators, toilets and keypads.
All of the centre’s workers will be supplied with the likes of face masks, gloves and visors to safeguard them from potentially catching Covid-19.
Braehead bosses have also given stores support to help them to reopen safely in line with public health guidance – such as queuing zones in malls to ensure that social distancing continues into the shops.
Peter Beagley, intu Braehead’s centre director, said: “We can’t wait to see our wide variety of stores reopen to give people some much-needed retail therapy, which would be a perfect antidote to the lengthy lockdown we’re thankfully now coming out of.
“Our team has been working hard to have the centre fully open in line with the government’s guidelines and we’re doing everything we can to make sure intu Braehead is a safe place to visit and to work.
“It will be a different experience than usual for everyone who visits us, but this is to make sure everyone is safe and enjoys their time when they come shopping.
“We know we cannot do this alone and everyone who visits us, whether for work or to shop will play their part in keeping themselves and each other safe by following official guidelines and the instructions and safety information provided by our team.”