Farmers and environmentalists have been against this mega-project near Paris, driven by Auchan and the Chinese investor Wanda. On 6 March 2018, the administrative tribunal annulled the authorisation for the immense "greenfield" complex EuropaCity, which is supposed to house supermarkets, hotels and cultural equipments. This would take place in the so-called "zone d'aménagement concerté" (ZAC) in the ""triangle of Gonesse", north of Paris. The EIA was considered to be insufficient. The administrative tribunal of Cergy-Pontoise considered that there not enough information for this project that would eliminate 280 hectares of agricultural land. The project would be between the airports of Roissy et Le Bourget, the ZAC would have 80 hectares at a cost of 3.1 billion euros. Criticism has been in terms of "gigantism" and loss of agricultural soils. (1) (2) It is an emblematique example of the conflicts in France between large urbanization plans and the preservation of agricultural areas. It is another GPII, Grand Projet Inutile Imposé (2). The project has been confronted by strong local opposition and has also attracted opposition by agriculturalist interests and personalities.