An average of 95,400 flats could be built each year from 2001 to 2006, Bowen Leung said. The construction depended on five sources - reserved sites in current development plans, redeveloped sites, supplementary housing sites, strategic growth areas and minor sources. Mr Leung said a review was looking at current plans to meet the annual target of 85,000 flats set by Chief Executive Tung Chee-hwa. He said he did not think the Government's medium- and long-term strategic plans would have a negative impact on the property market. 'We are talking about two different matters . . . Hong Kong's future will be developed in accordance with the direction outlined in this blueprint.' While reiterating the goal was to produce an average of 85,000 housing units per annum, Mr Leung said: 'Part of the housing supply will depend on private development. 'The Government can't force them [to produce more flats].'