Public representations are being called for a proposed subdivision at Hedley Street, Scottsdale.
If approved, the subdivision would represent stage two of the Carinah Park residential development.
The first stage was nine blocks developed about 10 years ago, owner of the land Norma Petterwood said.
Mrs Petterwood is the co-owner of the land along with her husband, Lindsay, the pair behind the successful business North-East Jewellers in Scottsdale and St Helens.
The subdivision application is for 13 blocks.
However, for the time being, there are only plans to sell off six blocks if the application is approved, according to the Petterwoods.
"It depends on how the first six go as to when we'll develop the next seven," Mrs Petterwood said.
"It will be done in two stages - we hope," she laughed.
"We've only just put it to the council."
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The blocks are intended for residential development.
The land is at the bottom of the Hedley Street, and each of the houses would front onto French Street.
The blocks would range in size from 777 square metres to 985 square metres.
They would be located on the edge of the south-east outskirt of Scottsdale; about 10 minutes walk from the Commonwealth Bank and Australia Post.
The subdivision plan is being done by 6ty Architecture Surveying and Engineering, a large Launceston and Devonport-based firm that have worked on a number of other subdivision projects including Hutton Ridge, Mt Pleasant Estates, Drummond Crescent, Jinglers Creek and Alison Avenue.
They were also behind showpiece Northern Tasmanian projects including Josef Chromy Winery and Clover Hill Winery Cellar Door.
The Hedley Street subdivision development application was advertised on May 21.
It will be open for public comment until June 6, after which time council will make its decision. Public representations must be made in writing, either via email, mail, or being dropped off at council offices.
Meanwhile, median house prices in Scottsdale have trended up over the past year, from $200,000 in 2017, to 216,000 in 2018, to 232,500 in April 2019.
Recently determined development applications in Dorset include a single dwelling at 33 Beattie Street, Scottsdale; new visitor accommodation at an existing property at 16 Charles Street, Bridport; two lots of visitor accommodation units at Derby; 11 new public housing units at Hawkes Place, Scottsdale; a new dwelling at 16 Neville Drive, Bridport; and a health studio at Therese Street, Bridport.