The planning appeals tribunal has set a date to hear the appeal against the construction of a five-star hotel in central Launceston.
The matter has been set down for September 16 to 18, but could be extended depending on time constraints.
The dates were confirmed at a directions hearing in the Resource Management and Planning Appeal Tribunal on Monday.
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Singaporean developer Global Premium Hotels' plans for the corner of Tamar and Cimitiere streets peak at 43 metres.
The development is estimated to cost $80 million, according to a company spokesperson, and incorporates the Alfred Harrap building and the old Clarion Hotel.
Last month, appellant Jim Collier, of Launceston Heritage not Highrise, said the height of the proposal would be included in the grounds for appeal, along with issues with the assessment process involving site contamination.
GP Hotels had been planning to submit a development application for a hotel in Launceston for several years, and the plans came after the company was unsuccessful in having its Hobart hotel approved in January last year under the Fragrance brand.