The West Tamar Council voted in favour of all items on the agenda for its first meeting of 2020.
This included two three-lot townhouse developments in Legana - one on a Cormiston Road property and another at a Griffiths Lane property.
The developments were proposed by Trendy Developments, co-owner Peter Nes said the new buildings will be for residential purposes.
He said he expected work to start on the subdivisions in the coming months. Both development applications were approved under certain conditions.
The council also approved three by-laws for marine facilities, reserves, parks and gardens as well as roads within the municipality.
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According to the council agenda, there are no by-laws in place for the council to manage each of the aforementioned areas.
The by-laws will apparently assist in ensuring marine facilities such as pontoons and public reserves are used appropriately.
The council will now be able to hand down infringement notices and subsequent penalty unit fines if certain transgressions are made.
These include playing golf in reserves or parks, failing to remove and dispose pet faeces in public and the unauthorised alteration of a marine facility.
The by-laws will now be subject to approval by the Local Government Association of Tasmania's director of local government before being opened for public consultation.
West Tamar mayor Christina Holmdahl said the by-laws would give the council the necessary authority to ensure amenities in the municipality were treated correctly.