The group appointed to review plans to revitalize Ottawa's Lansdowne Park say they have gone six months without anything significant to review.
In a letter Tuesday to Ottawa city staff, the Lansdowne Review Panel members said they need more details of the Lansdowne plan, and more often.
Councillors David Chernushenko and Peter Hume drafted the letter with the support of the other two panelists.
"We haven't seen anything comprehensive showing us the whole site," said Chernushenko. "We need to see this, we need to understand it. So put it all together and then respond to these questions and invite us in to review it, that's what we'd like to be doing."
The city voted last June to form a public-private partnership with Ottawa Sports and Entertainment Group to renovate Lansdowne Park. Under the deal, OSEG will oversee renovations of Frank Clair Stadium, and build a mix of condominium and retail space in the rest of the park.
The $300-million project has been controversial from the outset, however, with plans changing frequently.