Why are the new stairs so narrow?

I’m going to go ahead and do the standard “but it’s not just about cost” analysis, because this is a really good article and I’m trying to get across why it matters.

I’m not just saying this because I think it’s good, I’m saying it because it’s the right thing to do.

I think we can all agree that building better, smarter and more affordable housing is a priority, but I also think it would be a mistake to simply put a price tag on the need to do better.

The most important thing to recognise is that we can’t do anything about our current housing problems if we don’t do more to tackle them.

A lot of the work that’s going on right now will help solve a lot of our problems, but there are still lots of other things that need to be addressed.

There are a lot more issues that need addressing that aren’t going to be solved until the housing sector has improved.

If we want to move forward, we need to work together.

The fact that we have so much in common, so much at stake, is what makes this a really important time for us.

I have spent most of the day looking at the latest information on the issues facing Australian society and the solutions we need.

I’ve read about the latest housing policy from around the world, I’ve watched the latest Housing and Community Action Coalition (HACC) conference on how we can tackle the housing crisis, I have watched the Housing Minister Tim Pallas speak about the needs of our communities.

I understand that there is a lot that we need done.

But the biggest thing is to stop the political rhetoric about what the solutions are.

I want to focus on the fact that it’s time to start doing something about the problems we face.

I hope that by reading this, you will feel a little bit of hope that we’re moving towards a better Australia, a better place.

Let’s start by talking about the issue of the stairs.

I started reading the latest figures from the Department of Housing and Local Government, the latest release of data from the NSW Government’s Housing and Communities Agency, and the latest report from the Housing Action Network (HAN).

These are the latest estimates of the number of people needing to move, whether they’re renting or buying.

These are numbers that are only available for a select few months each year, so they’re often a bit rough.

What’s interesting is that in the most recent report, which is the latest one we have access to, the numbers have been cut in half.

This is the first time we’ve had a reduction in the number that are moving and the second time we haven’t had a rise in the total number.

We’ve also got an increase in the amount of people who need to move but are not moving.

The latest figures are for the first half of 2018.

In the latest survey, we asked whether people were currently in a “short term rental”.

The results for this category of people are:  – 15% of people in a short term rental are currently living in a property they’re planning to buy.

 These people are living in houses they bought for $600,000 or less.

– 19% of these people live in houses that are either vacant or on the market for $1.5 million or less and are currently occupied.

– 25% of those people are currently in houses for sale, but have not yet moved out.

– 29% of them live in properties for rent or on a rental payment.

The new figures also show that: – 35% of houses for rent have a current owner, which means that the current owner has not moved out for the last 30 days.

A significant number of the people in short term rentals are renting from people who do not have the means to pay rent, which can have serious implications for the people living in them.

It’s no secret that the NSW government’s Housing Supply Strategy is focused on the problem of long-term tenancy.

The government has said that “people will move to housing if it means they can get on with their lives”, which is not exactly what most people would want to hear.

There is some good news though, because there is some evidence to suggest that long- term rental houses are a very popular choice.

The housing market has become saturated, which has led to the number for short term renting to increase from about 15% to around 28%.

The latest Housing Action Survey shows that people are now more likely to move to a property for rent.

The results are interesting.

Almost half of people aged 65 and over are now in a home for rent, up from 42% in the previous survey.

There was a slight increase in people aged 15 to 64, from 12% to 16%.

It’s clear that people who are renting are moving in because they can afford to, but more than half of those aged 65 to 74 are moving to homes for rent because they want