Stakeholders are preparing to meet for the reconvening of Tasmania's jobs forum this week.

The State Opposition has released its responses to the forum's initial recommendations.

The Opposition Leader Will Hodgman's plan includes a single planning system, a crack down on third party appeals against developments and the creation of a Co-ordinator General position, which is designed to pursue investment in the state.

The business lobby has also set out its pre-budget wish list.

It is focusing on the hundreds of millions of dollars businesses spend each year on compliance costs.

Michael Bailey from the Chamber of Commerce and Industry says the state government's businesses need to encourage more economic growth.