We act as your developers, UX experts, QA team, and designers all at the same time.Our team of Rebels also operate as a creative agency to ensure your content is successful on social, with SEO, and at making meaningful revenue.Since launching the Facebook Journalism Project earlier this year, Facebook is making an effort to release updates that ease publishers' platform woes.In October, we saw a lot of this — first with changes to Instant Articles monetization, and then with News Feed Publisher Guidelines.Earlier this year, a rundown Toorak house sold for less than what the vendors had paid for it after Stonnington Council slapped a heritage overlay on the house.The six-bedroom house at 177 Kooyong Road was bought for .19 million in 2010 but sold for slightly more than .8 million seven years later.
It's how we helped create the two biggest new media companies to date: Axios The Dodo. “This house is one of series of important designs by architect J F W Ballantyne, who played a key role in disseminating Griffin’s ideas,” the letter said. “I’ve bought over 1000 homes and I’ve never seen anything like this.Buyers’ advocate Mal James, who had planned to bid on the property on behalf of a client, said buyers were only interested in building a new house on the site. “To be cherry picking one-off homes and then telling them two days before an auction — with no previous warning — that their home is going to have a heritage overlay that will destroy the auction,” he said.Mr James said the council had not raised any issues about the property when contacted a week before the auction for due diligence purposes.In a statement, the council’s chief executive Warren Roberts said: “The City of Stonnington works hard to balance a wide range of interests including the need to support and guide development at the same time as protecting heritage and neighbourhood character.” It is the latest property to become ensnared in the controversy surrounding heritage protection in Melbourne’s wealthy inner-east.