Northern Midlands councillors will determine whether the Ridgeside Lane development will move onto the the next stage.
Councillors will vote on whether to write to surrounding councils to get their views on the development. The request is part of requirements to allow changes to the Tasmanian Regional Land Use Strategy.
Developers, Traders in Purple, have asked the Northern Midlands Council to make the changes to allow the $431 million proposal to progress.
Once surrounding councils have given their feedback, the next step to change the land use strategy is able to occur.
The next step is to amend the Northern Midlands Planning Scheme to rezone the land from rural resource to a variety of others zones including general residential and mixed-use.
More than 600 houses, a hotel, an eco-resort, a health and well-being retreat, retirement village, botanical gardens and a state-of-the-art sewerage and waste water treatment facility, renewable energy storage and a recycling centre, is planned. It will be built over 15 years.
A team of consultants was employed to conduct a three-day field survey, which covered 28 kilometres. An Aboriginal and historical survey was also conducted, but nothing of significance was found.
An agricultural report found the land was not prime farming land, but did state it was located within the North Esk Irrigation Scheme.
The development will generate a large amount of traffic on the existing road network, a road capacity assessment found.
"It is clear the existing road network is not capable of absorbing the traffic volumes without road widening and or the construction of a new bypass road to the North of Evandale," the Midson Traffic report said.
Waste water and sewerage concerns were raised, but detailed planning has not yet been released.
Last summer, there were already issues re-filling the Mackinnons Hill reservoir, with the proposed development likely to exacerbate problems, the agenda said.
A council environmental review said the proposal does not adequately address the state policy on the protection of agricultural land. However, it said the requested amendment has the potential to meet the overarching strategic directions, particularly economic development.
Traders in Purple chief executive Brett Robinson the reports provided to the council for this application were high level.
"That is typical of a project of this type given its early stages. Down the track, there will be detailed reports detailing all aspects of the project that will need to be prepared and provided to council for the development."
The council meeting will be held on Monday, at 5pm, at the council chambers.