DEVELOPERS in charge of Holmfirth's Lodge's supermarket are staging an open day to let people know what will happen to the neglected building.
Lodge's, in the town centre near the bus station car park, has been branded an eyesore by a group of Holmfirth residents.
Campaign group Sort It! protested last month in a bid to get the store demolished. It has been empty for eight years.
The plan is backed by Holme Valley Business Association.
The store was shortlisted as a candidate for knocking down by TV bosses for new Channel 4 show, Demolition.
The filming in Holmfirth was described as "contrived" and designed to provoke angry reactions - but Demolition producer Caroline Ross Pirie denied the action was provocative.
Forward Developers, the company that owns the supermarket, have said the building will not be demolished.
Plans include converting the building into a shopping mall, fronted with a facade more in keeping with Holmfirth's old buildings.
Members of the public can view plans for the building at the open day on April 15.
It is at the Old Bridge Hotel in Holmfirth.
Trevor Ward, of Forward Developers, said: "There has been a lot of controversy about what's happening and there have been protests.
"We are putting forward a scheme and want to let the public know what is going on."