A 216-lot subdivision at Youngtown, worth $80 million, is recommended to be approved.
The City of Launceston council will discuss the plan at its meeting on Thursday.
The subdivision would be built on land on Raglan and Victoria streets.
Three representations were received by the council, mostly concerning increased traffic.
The proposal will provide a range of lots of varying sizes and shapes to accommodate a range of dwellings that will be able to connect to all reticulated services. A majority of those lots will be between 600 metres-square and 800sqm.
The council will approve the plan if the developers agree to a staging plan. Part of the plan specifies a maximum of 60 residential lots are permitted to be created prior to the completion of the link road.
In order to release each stage, a fully constructed public road, sealed driveways, stormwater connections, access to underground electricity and communications infrastructure and gas infrastructure must be installed.
Street trees are also required to be planted, and has to be provided with irrigation, root guard, and anti-vandalism provisions.
The meeting will be held on Thursday at 1pm at the Town Hall.