Popular potential uses of the far side of the moon include radio telescopes & mining for Helium-3 (good potential for use as a fuel in fusion reactors). These two activities are not necessarily mutually complementary.
There are terrestrial examples of areas that are selected purely for their complementary attributes of reasonable accessibility and otherwise are relatively undesirable locations, such as in the Mojave Desert with "Goldstone Deep Space Communications Complex" (seeks relative quiet for study) and "Fort Irwin National Training Center" (seeks seclusion for military training). Experience with these indicates that competition for non-complementary use of such space needs to be proactively managed for mutual use to be practical.
Is there any existing organization that would work to manage these types of projects appropriately?
It would seem that with proper management, these two examples could be mutually helpful, but without it could be unpleasant at best.