The policy under which indigenous New Territories men are given land to build houses should be reviewed, says provisional legislature member Frederick Fung King-kee. Mr Fung, chairman of the Association for Democracy and People's Livelihood, accused the Government of failing to make progress despite a pledge to set up a review committee in the third quarter of this year. Mr Fung, speaking on RTHK's Letter to Hong Kong, said the then chief executive-designate Tung Chee-hwa had agreed to review the so-called small house policy with the aim of replacing it. He urged Mr Tung not to let people down. 'As housing is one of the top priorities of the Chief Executive, the case of the small houses has to be addressed as well. 'It is totally unwise to stall as the Special Administrative Region does not have any ground to sustain a colonial measure. The favour to the 'native' people then means unfair treatment to all the native Chinese living here and now. 'The public outcry will definitely be great. The longer we stall, the more male members will come of age. 'That means the queue of eligible applicants will be longer,' Mr Fung said. Some politicians have argued that land set aside for indigenous men to build homes should instead be used to build blocks of flats and ease the housing crisis.