Clashes occurred as demolition teams brought down huts in a migrant camp that is referred to as the Jingle in French Port of Calais.
Riot police shot tear gas when the migrants started to throw boulders into the camp. Close to 12 shacks were burned.
The inhabited huts were left intact by the demolition teams as they went through thr camp to the Southern sector.
The govt has plans to move the migrants to the reception centers.
The inhabitants of the camp, especially from Africa, Middle East and Afghanistan have hopes of crossing the channel and in most cases make use of people traffickers so as come in illegally.
On Monday, demolition squad scanned the Jungle but was met by some resistance. A few migrants threw rocks at them as they tried to slow down the eviction.
The govt is advising the migrants to relocate to areas that have been set aside as official accommodation sites. However, they have refused due to the fear that doing so will eventually cause them to be forced to seek for asylum in France.
It is not yet clear where the evicted will be taken.
They are afraid that if the changes proceed, they will be forced to provide their fingerprints and in the process be forced to seek asylum in France. This would dim their hopes of reaching UK.
The authorities estimate that the eviction plan will affect 1000 migrants because the occupants of the Jungle are many.
The European Union Migrant Crisis went on Monday evening.
Reports from the French media indicate that 150 people that were wielding iron bars went onto the road. Any passing vehicles were blocked.
The riot police managed to push them to get back into the camp. Water cannon were earlier on used to put off a fire in the shacks within the camp.
BBC correspondent said that 100 homes were demolished and the demolition team is expected the next morning to continue with the demolition.
With all these going on, most residents are not willing to leave the Calais area.