More money will be required to complete the multi-million dollar Roxy Theatre redevelopment project.
A further design for the project has been released to the public for consultation before it can be given the green light by Leeton Shire Council.
This new design takes into consideration feedback from the community following on from original plans that were met with some negativity by the community.
However, all of those involved with the project do believe those issues have now been addressed and the community will be much happier with what they see this time around.
Since original funding to the tune of almost $4 million was allocated to the project by the state government, there's been a lot of change to original thinking of what the project would involve.
This has included the purchase of a neighbouring building as part of the redevelopment.
Roxy Redevelopment Committee volunteer chairwoman Katherine Herrmann said the purchase of the adjoining building was now a major factor in the new design.
"This building will give us more flexibility in terms of providing back of house amenity and increasing the circulation without impacting the heritage," she said.
The idea is still to bring the Roxy Theatre into the 21st Century by increasing cultural and civil participation.
"We've managed to retain some of the aspirations from the original plan, which was the 'Roxy two'," Mrs Herrmann said.
"This is a smaller theatre. By having two presentation areas, it gives us a better option of securing first release movies."
The new design allows for the selling of tickets for an event for 676 people, the seating capacity is up to about 545.
To achieve the Roxy's Theatre's vision, council will be seeking additional funding of close to $3 million in grant funding.
If this bid is not successful, it will look to stage the Roxy Theatre redevelopment.
Council is prepared to loan up to a maximum $631,000 in addition to the $500,000 already committed to ensure stage one is completed by December 2021.
However, council will only look to borrow more money as a "last resort".