Brown proposed a review of the structure of the housing market in his budget statement.
Large said that smaller construction firms received a raw deal.
He said: "Regional planning plays into the hands of the larger construction players that operate nationally or regionally to the exclusion of smaller operators."
Large also said that smaller companies should be heavily involved in a separate review of skills shortages in the construction industry, to be headed by former strategic forum chairman Sir John Egan.
He said: "The development of a skills and training strategy will address issues that are fundamental to the construction industry. Given the number of small and medium-sized companies in the housebuilding and renovation market, it is vital that small and medium-sized contractors are fully involved."
The FMB believes that planning obligations must be made clearer at the start of a project. He said smaller firms often wasted time and money submitting unsuccessful tenders because they were not made aware of the full picture when they submitted planning applications.