ALDERMAN Robin McKendrick will push for the council to review its restriction on third-party advertising at Monday's council meeting.
This form of advertising would allow private property owners to promote businesses through signs on their buildings and earn them money.
Alderman McKendrick said he did not support an open slather approach to third-party advertising but thought that the planning scheme restrictions needed to be relaxed to promote certain businesses and their locations.
He said heritage areas and individual buildings would continue to be protected.
Aldermen will also consider whether to support an officer's recommendation to reject a $500,000 request from Tamar Lake Inc.
The group last month asked the council for $500,000 to be granted to it from $2.5 million promised by the Liberal Party in the federal election campaign to clean up the Tamar estuary.
Spokesman Robin Frith said the money would fund the next stage of a feasibility study for a $200 million barrage, allowing the group to submit its project to Infrastructure Australia for more funding.
In other matters, aldermen will be asked to:
Support Deputy Mayor Jeremy Ball's motion to explore opportunities to host whitewater events at the Cataract Gorge.
To remove a restriction on supermarket floor areas in its urban mixed zone under the interim planning scheme to allow for a 3800-square-metre Woolworths supermarket development to proceed in Wellington Street.
To release the North Bank land use study, which has identified development opportunities and constraints for the area, to the public for consultation.