The City of Launceston council will discuss the University of Tasmania's Draft Northern Transformation: Inveresk Precinct Plan in closed council next week.
It is in the section of the meeting because it is information of a personal and confidential nature, or information provided to the council on the condition that it is kept confidential.
The council's meeting will be held on Thursday.
The plan is expected to be released to the public in June.
The $260 million campus, is part of the university's Northern Transformation plan, which encompasses new methods of course delivery alongside two state-of-the-art new campuses at Burnie and in Launceston.
The precinct has been divided into seven zones, which will be developed in a staged construction, with the first to be Willis Street, the pedestrian bridge over the Tamar and a student building as the first stage.
UTAS Pro Vice-Chancellor David Adams said the DA was expected by June, subject to planning approval and that UTAS had been working hard since 2016 to make sure the Northern Transformation plan was a success.