A proposal to subdivide land in Maiden Gully into 44 allotments has been received by Bendigo council.
Maiden Gully Central has applied to subdivide approximately 6.5 hectares of land located at 680 Calder Highway, Maiden Gully.
An average lot size of 613 square metres would be created following a two-stage subdivision.
The access point is to be located along the site's north-western boundary, connected to Maiden Gully Road.
The application includes a request to remove 0.207 hectares of native vegetation to facilitate land development.
In September, council approved a revised Maiden Gully Precinct Structure Plan and Development Contributions Plan that could raise more than $89 million for major projects in the area.
The PCP outlines how development would be staged in the area, over a period of more than 20 years, to build 4,153 new houses
A Development Contributions Plan levy of $242,000 per hectare has been proposed for developers, which would generate more than $88 million once the town is developed.
The DCP is a planning and legal instrument that ensures developers contribute towards infrastructure required to service new development areas.
Council has earmarked a number of projects for the suburb, including four road upgrades, three shared paths, drainage works, construction of sporting ovals and a two-hectare suburban park.
The report also noted a Community Infrastructure Levy of $1210 per dwelling would be implemented.
The CIL would be imposed on home owners or builders, and would be collected at the building permit stage.
That levy is expected to generate an income of $5 million.
Council has received Maiden Gully Central's application and is yet to make a formal decision on whether to issue a planning permit.