The public will have its say on the War Memorial's controversial $500m revamp from today.
The National Capital Authority began accepting public feedback on the memorial's Major Works Application on Saturday, with submissions to run until September 10.
"This submission process being run by the NCA offers an opportunity for you to have your say on the project's proposed designs, and share ideas to be considered for design improvements," it said.
"Feedback will contribute to the NCA's considerations on the memorial's submission, in line with the National Capital Plan, before making a decision on the Major Works application."
Submissions were made available via the National Capital Authority website, and could apply to any or all of the proposed changes at the site.
A new entrance to the memorial's lower floors on its southern side was in the works, along with a new ANZAC Hall, an extension to the Bean building, and a refurbishment of the main building.
The memorial's iconic facade will remain unchanged.
It comes a month after designs for the proposal were made public, a time in which three information sessions with the architects were also held.
Work on the revamp began last month, with the Anzac Hall roof removed by heavy machinery. The building was expected to be completely demolished by mid-September.
The expensive proposal has angered advocacy and heritage groups. Around 100 century-old trees were felled to make way for the revamp in June.
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