Neighbours have objected to plans for new homes at a former plant nursery in Leyland.
Twenty-two people have written to South Ribble Council to object to the Wainhomes scheme off Murray Avenue, Farington Moss.
Wainhomes wants to create 14 detached houses on land accessed off Murray Avenue and create a pedestrian and cycle link.
However, residents say they are worried about additional traffic, parking problems and Moss Lane becoming a cut through for vehicles.
One objector claimed the scheme would turn Farington Moss into a “massive urban sprawl”.
Planners have recommended councillors should be minded to approve the scheme under delegated powers, subject to getting a contribution for off-site open space from the developer.
They have advised members that: “County Highways are of the opinion that the proposed development should have a negligible impact of the highway capacity in the immediate of the site.”
The planning committee will vote on the scheme at its meeting in the Civic Centre on Wednesday.