Four redesigns later, the slightly-altered 54-acre Meeting House Place subdivision plan is set go before the Martha’s Vineyard Commission for a public hearing this spring.

At a subcommittee meeting Monday, commissioners scheduled June 4 as a public hearing date for the 29-lot Edgartown subdivision. The new plan decreases the maximum home size in the development to 3,800 square feet and adds four more deed-restricted town-homes that would go to first time homebuyers.

The plan now includes 28 market-rate lots and 14 town homes with a price cap of approximately $400,000.

It is the largest subdivision to come before the commission in decades.

Multiple iterations of the project have appeared before the commission over the past 18 months, each one receiving substantial pushback from affordable housing and environmental advocates, both on the commission and in the public.

“This project has been around the block a few times,” said Dan Doyle, a commissioner planner, during the Monday meeting of the land use planning subcommittee.

Developers have gradually whittled down the project’s proposed home size and lot acreage, also increasing their affordable housing contributions.

The 54-acre property off Meeting House Way includes a rare imperial moth habitat, prompting developers to more densely cluster the subdivision lots.

The version of the project set to go before the commission in June leaves the natural heritage land untouched.

The Utah-based developers are Douglas K. Anderson and Richard G. Matthews.

— Noah Asimow