“What they have done is let the place go to wrack and ruin so the parisioners get fed up with it.“They ought to flatten the whole thing and work from there.
It followed reports that a member of staff had been stabbed by a man with a syringe after the worker had attempted to stop him.
The victim suffered a cut to his hand which required hospital treatment.
Leaflets dropped on doormats this week alerting people to the public exhibition taking place at The Bell pub, in The Street, on Thursday, 2-7.30pm.
In a statement the site’s owners Northern Trust said it was looking into a mixed use redevelopment including new-build homes and caravan pitches.
Tributes were left, following the days after the accident.
Anyone who may have witnessed the collision, or the manner of driving of either vehicle prior to the incident should contact the Serious Collision Investigation Team on 101.
It said: “A draft masterplan showing how this combination of uses could be laid out will be part of the exhibition on which we invited local people to comment.
“This exhibition provides another opporutunity for local people to become involved in resolving the ongoing problems with this site.” MORE: What is happening to the old Pontins in Hemsby?
“Before they put in a row of shops and a pub but we do not want any more of that.
“If they come in with a medical centre, an element for tourism, affordable homes, and a footpath, and street lights for Back Market Lane that would be fantastic.” MORE: Blaze at former Pontins holiday camp in Hemsby, near Great Yarmouth being treated as arson Dean Minns head of planning at the borough council said officers had already signalled their willingness to accept a housing-based scheme, although members went against their advice and refused an application. He said there had been some interest in the site over the years for various uses but they had never come to anything.
The decision by Suffolk County Council follows a campaign by residents, town and county councillors to make the new Beccles Southern Relief Road an A-road rather than a B-road.