October 5, 2016
In June this year to raise money for LandAid, the property industry’s leading charity which supports youth homelessness, Alex Price CEO of Palmer Capital launched the ‘Palmer Capital LandAid Money Maker Challenge’. The challenge set was for twelve teams to turn £250 of Alex’s personal cash into as much money as possible by LandAid Day, 13th October 2016.
For their part in the Palmer Capital LandAid MoneyMaker Challenge, the team at Opus Land took on the heights of 54 Hagley Road. Opus Land arranged an abseil down the building which stands at 18 storeys, 64 metres, 210 feet high, one of the tallest buildings in Birmingham. Over 50 people joined Opus Land in taking part in the activity which raised over £6,500 for LandAid.