China’s discipline watchdog is dispatching supervision teams to monitor compliance at some of the country’s many affordable housing projects, state media reported. He Yong, deputy head of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection of the Chinese Communist Party, announced Tuesday that the organization would send 10 inspection teams to 20 provinces, regions and municipalities over the next two weeks. The inspections are designed to monitor the quality of construction and ensure that public funds are well spent. Yu said that inspectors would be urged to “uncover actual problems” and give suggestions. Beijing has intensified its efforts to increase the supply of affordable housing this year, and the Ministry of Construction aims to complete the “main framework” of at least one-third of the announced projects and start work on the rest by the end of October.