Two specialist firms have offered Mogo support with a rebuilding project "that goes beyond re-establishing the village's original charm", the Eurobodalla Shire Council says.
The council said planners Ethos Urban, and traffic experts Complete Streets, would provide the council with pro-bono assistance to support Mogo's commercial property owners who lost buildings to bushfires.
The council's strategic land use coordinator Nathan Farnell expected a "quick turnaround, just three months to deliver".
He said the council had met with the owners of the seven destroyed commercial buildings.
On-site parking, bushfire protection measures and street-front setbacks were concerns.
Mr Farnell said the firms would conduct a review of both the village and the regulations.
They would look at avenues to reduce the time and cost of rebuilding, and streamline the council's development assessment process.
"Then, they'll demonstrate how building constraints can be handled, providing property owners and Council with streetscape designs that maximise Mogo's economic and social opportunities," Mr Farnell said.
Principal planner Brendan Hoskins said Ethos Urban would draw on its integrated design and planning services - economic, social and urban - to help frame the village rebuild.
"That means redeveloping the bushfire-affected parts of Mogo to retain its unique charm, but capitalise on opportunities that benefit this special village," Mr Hoskins said.
Shop owner and Mogo Business Chamber president Richard Adams described the project as "instrumental in rebuilding shops and providing the community with hope".
"This will allow us to get back to some kind of normal," Mr Adams said.