The developers of the Whiteley Shopping Village have denied claims that staff are being told to park in residential streets around the new site.
A spokesperson told ITV News that it had been suggested that staff park on the nearby business park to ease congestion, but that suitable parking was also available for visitors and staff on site.
The developers claim that the shopping centre will bring a big economic boost to the region.
The Executive Leader of Fareham Borough Council has expressed concern that the opening of a new shopping centre at Whiteley could lead to "traffic chaos".
Councillor Sean Woodward has told ITV News Meridian that workers at the Whiteley shopping centre have been advised to park on nearby residential streets.
This is because the new shopping village which opens tomorrow only has 1,500 parking spaces.
Workers at the nearby business park are forced to deposit their cars on main roads because of limited spaces.
Thousands of people turned up at a jobs fair hoping to get work in a new shopping centre. It's been a grim couple of years for employment in the region with hundreds of jobs lost. Kerry Swain reports.
Motorists are abandoning their cars in Whiteley, Hampshire as they struggle with hazardous conditions.
There's to be more job losses across the south as Zurich Insurance confirms it's to cut 160 positions at its headquarters in Whiteley and 14 at its Farnborough Office. We also expect to hear from HSBC who is due to announce where in the UK it's to shed 2,000 jobs.
Insurance company Zurich has announced plans to cut 163 jobs at their Whiteley base and a further 14 at offices in Farnborough.Read the full story ›
Zurich Insurance has confirmed it will cut 163 staff at its Whiteley base in Hampshire. A further 14 posts are to go in Farnborough. More updates on this later.