A resident has claimed people are urinating on public areas of the Harbourside as crowds gather there to enjoy the nice weather.
Concerns were raised earlier this month about groups congregating in the same spot despite the coronavirus lockdown, at the same time as a pub reopened as a takeaway service.
At the time, police responded to The Broken Dock Kitchen & Bar reopening and the bar defended its decision.
Now, fresh concerns have been raised by a resident whose property overlooks the Harbourside.
The neighbour claimed people were urinating and even defecating in public spaces due to a lack of facilities.
He said: “On Sunday, I was sat in our balcony for an hour and saw three people peeing and one pooing below our apartment in the reed beds.
“It is absolutely disgusting and terrible.
“People can not say that is ok because it is not.
“The government hasn’t said it is ok to shout abuse or urinate in people’s front gardens. It is pretty bad.”
The resident said people were buying alcohol from Tesco, as well as the pub, adding people were entering the block’s private garden to ask if there was a toilet they could use.
This morning, when he went for a run, the neighbour said he saw there was litter in the area, with broken bottles on the floor and beer cans in the water.
“Places like Tesco should not be selling glass bottles,” he added. “If they are going to allow people sit around, you need to provide facilities for them.
“If the pubs are selling beer, they should be providing a toilet.
“I do not think it is responsible, but I understand they are a business and to them it is about the money.
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“If I was them, I would spend some money hiring a portable toilet – it is not fair on the people who live here otherwise.
“People are not aware of the impact it is having on the neighbours.”
The neighbour said people were not following social distancing guidelines and were gathering in large groups.
At one point, he said he saw a group of up to 15 people sat in the platform and later in the evening 30 people got together to drink alcohol.
Crowds have been gathering in the area the whole weekend as the weather has been nice, the neighbour continued.
The Broken Dock Kitchen & Bar has been contacted for comment.