Asked about Mr Tyrie's eve of conference complaint and calls for business tax cuts, Mr Cameron said the Government "can't suddenly tear up our borrowing plans".
In a move that is bound to please Tory activists, Mr Cameron also outlined plans to boost the "right to buy" scheme which proved a huge vote winner for Margaret Thatcher in the 1980s.
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MP Andrew Tyrie, who chairs the influential Commons treasury select committee, said the Government's economic response lacked a "coherent and credible" plan for growth.
Local communities would enjoy more control over how much new housing was put where under the new system, he said, though he accepted the Government had to listen to concerns.
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Mr Cameron dismissed calls for "a few billions" of extra spending suggesting it would be a dangerous gamble to "deviate" from the Government's tight deficit reduction plans.
Mr Cameron also defended the Government's controversial planning reforms amid an ongoing storm of criticism from countryside and environmental groups.
Mr Cameron told BBC1's Andrew Marr Show in an interview filmed at the new BBC studios at MediaCity in Salford Quays: "We are firing up the engines of the British economy.
More attractive discounts will be offered with the proceeds used to build more affordable housing, he said further boosting job creation and growth.
The premier suggested that as many as 200,000 extra homes and 400,000 extra jobs could be created under the twin pronged housing strategy being trumpeted at the start of the conference.
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The Tories say that housebuilding fell to its lowest peacetime rate since 1924 under the last Labour government.
"I believe we've got to get in there and help sort it out. I want people to have the chance to own their own home."
The scheme to free up Government land was "a creative way of getting those homes built. I think it can make a big difference," he said.
David Cameron dismissed criticism of the Government's growth strategy today insisting it was "firing up the engines of the British economy" but would not be diverted from its deficit reduction plan.
"This is a market that isn't working. Lenders won't lend, so buyers can't buy, and builders can't build," Mr Cameron said.
Whitehall departments have been instructed to publish plans of previously developed land and empty offices that they can release for house building.
He went on: "There is a step change taking place right now. This Government is not just sitting back."
His concerns about the lack of an economic growth plan echo Labour leader Ed Miliband's attack on the Conservative Liberal Democrat coalition during Labour's conference last week.
The new system involves a presumption in favour of sustainable development and critics say they will lead to swathes of countryside being built on.
coalition's strategy after it came under fire from a senior Tory as the Conservative Party gathered in Manchester for its autumn conference, which starts today.
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The Prime Minister hailed plans to boost housebuilding by reviving the right to buy and releasing Government owned land as examples of action being taken.
Thousands of acres of publicly owned brownfield land are to be released by the Government for housebuilding, in a bid to support growth and improve affordability in the housing market.
In a pamphlet article, Mr Tyrie criticised initiatives like the Big Society and localism for being "at best irrelevant" to the need for growth "if not downright contradictory to it".
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Corporation Tax had already been cut as part of efforts to boost business, the premier said, pointing to a 40% rise in exports to China as a sign of economic health.
Since the election there were also "half a million more private sector jobs", he added "so the economy is rebalancing" away from the public sector.
Interviewed by the Sunday Times, he said it was "appalling" that the average age of first time buyers without financial support from their parents was now 37.
Mr Cameron said his Oxfordshire constituency contained some of England's finest rural areas and "I would no more put that at risk than I would put my own family at risk".
said there were more than two million council homes still available to be bought.
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