Citizens Party chairwoman Christine Loh Kung-wai proposed radical housing and financial reforms in her annual 'shadow' policy speech published yesterday. In her blueprint, Ms Loh also pushed for a policy committee with Tung Chee-hwa and Anson Chan Fang On-sang and replacing policy secretaries with political appointments. Unveiling 'Hong Kong: The Once and Future City', the legislator said the target of 85,000 flats a year and 70 per cent ownership in 10 years should be put on hold. 'We need time to discuss what would be the right mix of public and private housing and to what extent we should subsidise housing,' Ms Loh said. She wondered if public housing was developing on the right scale. A Planning Department internal study in December last year showed only 18 per cent of the 12,000 households polled liked the Home Ownership Scheme. Some 66 per cent of Home Ownership Scheme residents would rather live in private housing. 'The Government should not continue to be the world's biggest landlord. The private sector ought to be given more stimulation,' she said. Her fifth alternative policy address also calls for monthly meetings between Tung Chee-hwa in the form of a Chief Executive-Legco committee. The Chief Secretary for Administration's policy meetings with bureau chiefs should be open to lawmakers, she added.