About Amstone


Founded in 1989, Amstone has a proven track record of working with development partners, planners, communities and funders to achieve exceptional results. We have an enviable mix of market knowledge and experience.

We act as a ‘best in class developer’ delivering considered and efficiently designed schemes providing excellent homes for the occupiers, whilst also providing strong net investor returns. Amstone brings a track record in locating, unlocking and delivering BTR opportunities and have recently delivered one of the UK’s largest BTR schemes.

We have a reputation for delivering successful PRS (Private Rented Sector) developments. Our keen eye for emerging opportunities has led us into ambitious projects, focusing on mixed-use developments. In 1999, we completed our first retail scheme. Today, we have mixed-use, residential, retail and leisure schemes in progress, worth over £100 million.

Latest Industry News
  • Listed property companies faced another day of uncertainty on Friday as the fallout from Prime Minister Teresa’ May’s Brexit withdrawal bill continued.

  • Singaporean investor Elite Partners Capital has completed a £280m deal to buy Telereal Trillium’s Hayhill Portfolio, which comprises 98 regional offices let to the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), Property Week can reveal.

  • A South Korean consortium comprised of IGIS and Hana Financial Investment has acquired the 45-storey Trianon skyscraper in Frankfurt from NorthStar Realty Europe for €670m (£595m).

  • Montagu Evans has appointed Craig Wallace, a former director at JLL, as a partner in its planning and development consultancy team in Scotland.

  • Shaftesbury has agreed a deal with Sky Ocean Rescue and Project 0 to launch an experiential ocean waste themed pop-up in Carnaby.

  • Galliford Try has announced plans to partner with housing association WM Housing to convert the former Hall Green dog racing stadium into 200 new homes in Birmingham.

  • David and Simon Reuben have entered into a joint venture with Shiva Hotels to develop a new hotel across two separate sites they have recently acquired in Soho.

  • Palmer Capital and Wrenbridge have put Colworth Park, home to one of Unilever’s global research and development campuses, on the market for £66m.

  • Space dedicated to food & beverage (F&B) outlets has risen to 25% in several key UK high streets, with the growth predicted to continue according to Colliers International.

  • Cushman & Wakefield has appointed Richard Evans from JLL to head up its UK logistics and industrial team.

  • The joint venture between Legal & General Capital and Dutch pension fund PGGM has received the go-ahead from Southwark Council to convert 47 Tanner Street, a former warehouse which hosted BBC show Dragons’ Den, into a new office scheme.

  • FTSE-250 listed infrastructure and housebuilding group Kier has said it is “confident” that the company will meet its full-year expectations in a trading update for the period since 20 September.

  • Housebuilder share prices were rocked by on-going Brexit chaos on Thursday with Taylor Wimpey (-7.5%), Persimmon (-7.36%), Berkeley Group (-6.26%) and Barratt Developments (-1.14%) all recording losses at market close.

  • Aviva Investors has put Leeds city centre office building One City Square on the market for £30m.

  • IWG-owned co-working provider Spaces has set out ambitious plans to double its portfolio in 2019 to more than 400 offices globally.

  • Metro Bank is introducing sector-specific checklists for its commercial real estate lending team to make its approach to lending more consistent and reduce risk

  • Strettons has bought industrial agency Frankis Porter for an undisclosed sum in a bid to expand its logistics and warehousing presence.

  • Croydon Council has acquired the Colonnades Retail and Leisure Park in the town for £53m.

  • Huntingdonshire District Council has approved regeneration specialist Urban & Civic’s plans for a ‘sustainable urban extension’ of St Neots, to add 2,800 homes to the Cambridge suburb.

  • SDL Auctions has been appointed to auction off excess property stock for Norfolk County Council.

  • Shares in housebuilders fell dramatically this morning as Taylor Wimpey, Berkeley Group, Barratt Developments and Persimmon all saw loses of nearly 10% in morning trading as the UK was thrown into political turmoil over Brexit.

  • Catalogue includes 19th-century grade II-listed mansion in Hampstead and parade of homes in Wimbledon

  • HMRC has chosen Peveril Securities and Sladen Estates’ Unity Square development to house its East Midlands regional hub.

  • Urban Logisitics REIT has said it is rejecting fashion retail tenants in its warehouses citing recent troubles in the retail sector.

  • Regional investor AEW UK REIT has reported a 4% rise in NAV in half year results for the period to 30 September.

  • Gerald Eve has posted a 16% rise in profit off the back of a 4% rise in revenue in its latest figures filed at Companies House.

  • St Modwen has exchanged on the sale of Edmonton Green shopping centre in north London to Crosstree Real Estate Partners for £72m – slightly ahead of the £70.2m book value.

  • Great Portland Estates has unveiled plans to buy back £200m worth of shares as it continues to sell properties let on long leases.

  • The firm’s letting would account for most of the space at 21 St James’s Square

  • Sale of the 79,800 sq ft City of London building overlooking the Bank of England would reflect a yield of 3.8%