Plans to build a minimum of 6,000 homes and create 6,000 jobs across Aylesbury Vale over the next 19 years go before the district council next week.
The Vale of Aylesbury Plan Strategy sets out aims for the future of the district and how it should develop until 2031.
Cabinet members originally proposed building at least 9,000 houses over the period, but performed a U-turn in August.
However, as the figure is only a minimum target, 9,000 homes could still be built.
The plans are in addition to employment development and 7,500 new houses already given planning permission.
There are concerns the additional housing will put pressure on Aylesbury’s already stretched infrastructure.
But cabinet members say infrastructure will be put in place to complement the building, in particular an eastern link road involving a canal crossing and link south to the A41.
If approved by council on October 17, a statutory ‘pre-submission’ consultation on the document will take place before it is submitted to the Government. It will then be subject to public examination by an independent inspector.