The housebuilder, in collaboration with housing association Together Housing, wants to build 383 homes on 27 acres across three sites south of the town centre.
Last March, the council sold the trio of plots to Together Housing, paving the way for the land to be redeveloped into housing.
Later that year, the housing association and developer Countryside Properties submitted an application for the scheme.
The first site, north of Fishmoor Drive, would comprise 200 homes, while the second plot, to the south of Fishmoor Drive, would provide space for an additional 69 properties.
A third site, between Roman Road and Fishmoor reservoir, would be redeveloped into a further 114 homes.
The homes would be a mix of two, three- and four-bedroom properties. A total of 75 homes would be designated as affordable and 154 would be available for rent and managed by PRS provider Sigma Capital.
The remaining 154 would be available for open market sale.
Together Housing also owns a fourth, 21-acre, plot in the area and has plans in the pipeline to redevelop the site into a further 200 homes.
The application is earmarked for approval by Blackburn with Darwen Council’s planning committee, which meets this Thursday.