A government report on red-tape reduction has shown there have 100 reforms in the area since 2014.
The latest Tasmanian Red Tape Audit Report showed 84 per cent of 125 identified red tape issues have now been resolved.
State Growth Minister Michael Ferguson said red-tape reduction made doing business in Tasmania easier.
He said some of this had simply involved allowing for particular forms to be provided online.
Mr Ferguson said in other areas, some out-of-date regulation had simply been removed.
"It's not about getting rid of all regulations, it's about getting rid of old-fashioned legislation that doesn't serve its purpose anymore and making it simpler for businesses to do business with government," he said.
Master Builders Tasmania executive director Matthew Pollock said unnecessary red tape could add significantly to construction costs and was one of the major impediments to delivering affordable housing.
"Previous research by Master Builders has shown that red tape in the form of planning delays and zoning restriction, and which slows the release of shovel ready land, add up to 30 per cent to the cost of building a house," he said.
"Red tape can limit the industry's ability to boost supply and respond to period of high demand.
"Removing unnecessary or restrictive regulations in the building industry means more money that goes into building, rather than compliance."
The report is available on the Tasmanian Coordinator-General's website: https://www.cg.tas.gov.au/home/red_tape_reduction