The Herald reports:
Housing Minister Phil Twyford has revealed the scale of the KiwiBuild reset will be much larger than had previously been anticipated.
Not only is the Government announcing how it will change its approach to the KiwiBuild policy, Twyford this morning revealed that the Government will also be resetting its entire housing building programme.
Speaking at a select committee in Parliament this morning, Twyford said when the KiwiBuild reset is unveiled, it would include a plan to change the Government’s entire building programme.
What they reveal will be very different the what they campaigned at the election on. They spent seven years promising 100,000 affordable homes. It was probably their most well known policy. And they’re junking it after 18 months because they are so incompetent they have only produced 119 homes to date.