Prime Minister David Cameron is set to outline a series of measures designed to boost economic growth.
Writing in the Mail on Sunday, Cameron said he would show "fighting spirit" and the government wanted to "cut through the dither" that was holding Britain back.
He said a pay element to economic recovery was "building the houses our people need", the BBC reports.
The government is to outline details of housing and infrastructure projects projects when MPs return to Parliament after the summer break.
Cameron said: "Frankly, I am frustrated by the hoops you have to jump through to get anything done - and I come back to Parliament more determined than ever to cut through the dither that holds this country back."
The articles comes ahead of a predicted reshuffle, expected early this week.
The BBC said it was unlikely calls from Tory backbenchers to replace Chancellor George Osborne.
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