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
  • Exclusive data analysed by Datscha for Property Week has revealed that the combined estate of Sainsbury’s and Asda stands at 4,008 ahead of the duo’s proposed merger.

  • Knight Frank has announced plans to invest £10m in the refurbishment of 33 Wellington Street in Leeds after law firm Walker Morris signed for the full 76,000 sq ft office space.

  • Retailer Carpetright has begun a fundraising of £60m as part of a rescue package which also proposes the closure of 92 stores.

  • Global investor Henley has expanded its US operations after investing in a pair of hotels in Miami for $30m (£22.2m).

  • Delancey and LRC Group have completed the sale of iconic Royal Mint Court site in London to the People’s Republic of China following an unsolicited offer.

  • Multinational consulting firm Everis has taken 407,000 sq ft at the Novus Building in Madrid - the city’s largest office letting of the past five years.

  • French restaurant Bagatelle will make its UK debut on Mayfair’s 34 Dover Street this month.

  • Swedish menswear brand A Day’s March has appointed agents to seek sites to expand across Europe having signed for a debut UK store in Soho, London.

  • Italian restaurant chain Carluccio’s could close up to 34 UK restaurants as part of a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) being pushed by owners Landmark Group.

  • Watkin Jones has poached Unite’s property director Richard Simpson to become its new chief executive.

  • World’s biggest advertising firm considers investment in regions to avoid losing more staff to tech rivals.

  • Developer BYM Capital to convert broadcaster’s former west London offices into 271 flats for private sale.

  • Voltaire Financial Group has acquired W2 Financial Solutions and appointed W2’s founder Tony Whetstone as head of special services at the debt advisory firm.

  • GlobalData, one of the world’s largest data and insight service providers, has acquired an office in London’s Midtown for its own occupation.

  • Unibail-Rodamco shareholders have approved the company’s proposed £18.5bn takeover of Westfield at its AGM in Paris.

  • Housing secretary James Brokenshire has announced plans for the government to consult on a potential ban on combustible cladding hours after the government-commissioned Hackitt report into the Grenfell fire stopped short of calling for a full ban.

  • Two Malaysian state-backed funds have agreed heads of terms to acquire phase two of Battersea Power Station in a deal that values the development at an estimated £1.6bn.

  • PRS developer Moda has pledged to bring “New York style renting to Leeds” having received planning permission to deliver the first phase of Caddick Development’s flagship £300m SOYO mixed-use scheme.

  • The final report of the government-commissioned Hackitt review into the Grenfell fire tragedy has urged a “radical rethink” of the safety system, but does not push for a ban on flammable cladding.

  • Bookmakers have voiced dismay after the government announced new rules reducing maximum spending on fixed-odds betting terminals (FOBT) from £100 down to £2, saying high street outlets will be forced to close.

  • Maternity and baby product retailer Mothercare has announced plans to close 50 stores in an attempt to turn around its “perilous” financial position.

  • Alternative asset manager The Carlyle Group has acquired The Crosspoint building on Liverpool Street from Amsprop for a price believed to be in the region of £43m in an off-market transaction.

  • Operating income at Patrizia more than quadrupled in the first quarter of 2018, from €9.3m (£8.1m) to €42.7m.

  • Housesbuilder Countryside Properties has exceeded its own expectations for the first half of its financial year, ending the period in a stronger cash position than it forecast.

  • London estate agent Foxtons has issued another downbeat trading update, citing a “very challenging” market as the reason for sales falling in the first quarter of 2018.

  • British Land produced a 5.7% rise in net asset value (NAV) for the year to the end of March, but underlying profit dipped 2.6% following £1.5bn in sales of income producing assets.

  • Inspired Asset Management has made its first acquisition inside London’s Zone 2, in south-west London, and plans to build a £20m micro-apartment residential scheme there.

  • Travel firm in talks to take 40,000 sq ft of newly refurbished office space at Farnborough Aerospace Centre.

  • German family increases London property holdings with retail and office block.

  • The co-living provider will use the funding to acquire land and build new schemes.