INNALOO shopping centre developers and the City of Stirling are struggling over the final details of the centre’s $830 million redevelopment set to start later this year.
The Metro North-West Development Assessment Panel granted original approval in July 2015 and endorsed amendments in 2016 and 2018.
Scentre Group sought more changes, including to boundary setbacks, car parking and pedestrian access, at the June 26 panel meeting.
The City recommended approval subject to amended conditions.
But Urbis director Karen Wright, representing the developer, said at least one of these issues was a “miscommunication”.
The panel approved Scentre’s suggested modified conditions but several of them will require the City’s final approval.