People have been complaining about it being overcrowded today.
Non-essential shops opened in England this morning for the first time since lockdown began.
Queues have been reported across the country as customers were welcomed back.
That's despite thermal scanning, maximum visitor numbers and a digital queuing system among the measures in place at the outlet shopping centre.
Everyone also has to have their temperature checked before they can enter the site.
On Twitter people have posted things like 'where are all the BV security enforcing the distancing and 'it's absolutely rammed.' Others have Tweeted 'can people not take their own responsibility?'
Laura Wicks, who started the petition said she "was disgusted to see the hundreds of people squashed into the street like Coronavirus never happened."
The petition has already gained hundreds of signatures.
It’s absolutely rammed. Queuing for shops is dangerous. Probably Christmas levels of people— Chris Allen (@Chinese_Allen) June 15, 2020
Honestly can’t believe how busy Bicester village is! No 2M distance from people behind me in the ques. & all the ques are virtual and you cannot add to them! It’s crazy— Jamal Greaves (@Official_Jamal) June 15, 2020
Bicester village heaving the day it reopens, shock😭 Actually not ok.— Anaïs Pardoe💋 (@naisxo) June 15, 2020
The Bicester Village website asks customers not to queue in front of restaurants and shops.
Victoria Prentis, the MP for Banbury, visited the shopping centre before it reopened and praised the safety measures in place.
This morning I visited @bicestervillage to see the measures being put in place ahead of reopening. Lessons have been learnt from other villages in Europe and China.— Victoria Prentis (@VictoriaPrentis) June 5, 2020
These measures include; thermal scanning, maximum visitor numbers, a digital queuing system and staff retraining. pic.twitter.com/lRuj54UD29
We've contacted Bicester Village for a comment.