The St Helens Point subdivision will be decided upon by the Tasmanian Planning Commission.
The Break O'Day Council discussed submitting their report about the the contentious 54-lot subdivision to the commission at its April meeting at St Helens on Monday.
Council planning consultant Rebecca Green said there was a lot to consider.
"At the end of the day, the council doesn't make the final decision," she said.
She said 15 representations were received during the representation period, however more detail on the development would be considered in front of the commission.
Councillor Glenn McGuinness said the council had carefully considered the development at previous meetings, and recommended they take the next step.
Cr Drummond and Cr Whittaker said they were glad the final decision was not theirs, and voted against the proposed development alongside Cr Kylie Wright due to environmental concerns.
At the meeting, concerns over visitors to the state not driving to the left was were also raised through a notice of motion from Cr Drummond.
The motion asked for signs to be displayed in the region to remind visitors to drive on the left-hand side to the road. An addition was added to discuss the issue with car rental agencies and to approach the state government regarding the issue.
Cr Wright said she had seen visitors confused about which side of the road to drive on, and it "was a bit of a problem."
Cr Glenn McGuinness said he strongly supported the motion as it was "important".
Councillors unanimously decided to send a letter to the state government regarding the issue.
The council will also soon introduce audio recordings, meaning more community members will have the opportunity to listen to their council at work.
Following a notice of motion from Cr Drummond earlier in the year, general manager John Brown and executive assistant Angela Matthews looked into either audio recording or livestreaming the council's ordinary meetings.
Cr Drummond said the matter was not about transparency, but about accessibility for the community.
Three notices of motion will be submitted for the upcoming Local Government Association of Tasmania general meeting.
The motions are about a change of use to council meeting procedures, single-use plastic, and state weed management.
For more information about matters discussed during the council's meeting on April 15, visit bodc.tas.gov.au.