Independent MP Dai Le says the government’s housing plan “doesn’t make sense” if they “don’t make it affordable” to build homes.

In January, New South Wales Premier Chris Minns said the state will not meet its housing target of 75,000 new homes in 2024, which is part of a broader plan to build 1.2 million new homes across Australia over the next five years.

“It doesn’t make sense,” Ms Le told Sky News Australia.

“It’s no point for government to talk about building more homes if they don’t make it affordable to build homes for first home buyers in particular.

“All the policy announcements that governments have been making about affordable housing – I think what’s lacking is that conversation to sit down to say how it’s going to work.”

Original Source: Sky News