One Independent TD has said the Government's time "is up" and she will be voting no confidence in them next week.
Verona Murphy has said the coalition can't solve the housing crisis as it doesn't recognise the problem.
The Labour Party will table a motion of no confidence in the Government next week as a result of the ending of the eviction ban.
Deputy Murphy heavily criticised the Government in the Dáil earlier.
"It's time we all stopped the BS," she told the chamber.
"It's a time when we should be pulling together, because if I have one homeless child in Wexford - one child that isn't accommodated - I'll be bringing it here and it'll be sitting in the Ceann Comhairle's lap".
She also accused Housing Minister Darragh O'Brien of insulting her intelligence.
Deputy Murphy told The Hard Shoulder the Government's approach will make housing more expensive.
"Based on the planning policy document that the Minister gave me, the proposals contained with it will make the problem worse, not better", she said.
"There's 70,000 grants of planning there currently, we could build 70,000 units in the morning.
"The reason that they're not commencing is that it costs - I'm referring to Wexford - €245,000 to built a two-bedroom apartment.
"If you add the site cost, it is now €345,000.
"There is no one in Wexford [who] would get a mortgage... and ultimately developers are not going to build what they can't sell.
"If we can't afford what's being dictated in planning policy to build it, and it's costing more to build than they can actually buy it for, it's not going to happen.
"We're not going to see any builder build properties they can't sell".
'Their time is up'
Asked how she will vote in the Dáil next week, Deputy Murphy said:"I will absolutely be voting no confidence in the Government.
"I've been three years putting this position to Government, they have failed to listen.
"I have been told by Minister [Darragh] O'Brien, 'Every problem that you have Verona has been sorted in the new document'.
"That new document didn't sort anything, but it most certainly will make things worse.
"It goes out on public consultation next week - that's what the Minister told me - so I would encourage people to have a look at it.
"We could have 70,000 units in train and built in six months, but Government are refusing to see the reality.
"I think if you don't recognise the problem as it exists, then you're highly unlikely to have the competency to solve it.
"So their time is up," she added.
Listen back to the full interview below: