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.
ADLER Real Estate has agreed a share sale deal with a joint venture formed by Benson Elliot and KauriCAB to acquire the full interest in JV’s 700-unit, residential-led mixed use project in central Berlin.
Law firm Clarkslegal has taken 8,550 sq ft on the fifth floor of the new 15-storey building in Reading.
Saffron House in Farrington is fully let after a trio of occupiers signed terms to take 35,500 of office space in the building.
Urban Splash has agreed 11,750 sq ft of lettings at its Boat Shed office redevelopment in Salford Quays.
Pacific Industrial & Logistics, the specialist UK REIT, has sold a warehouse on Hammond Road, Bedford, for £5.8m after purchasing it last year for £3.55m
Tristan Capital Partner’s has acquired Imagination Technologies’ headquarters in Herfordshire for around £30m in a sale and leaseback agreement.
SevenCapital’s plans to build a £270m leisure scheme in Swindon have been given the go ahead.
Network Rail has announced plans to sell its commercial property business in England and Wales.
Stocks in London ended a five-day losing streak on Thursday, as the FTSE 100 nudged up 0.2%, to close at 7,386.94.
Palmer Capital has completed its strategic shift from growth to income-producing assets in its flagship Palmer Capital Income Fund.
Companies registered in ‘tax havens’ own more than 87,500 properties in England and Wales, analysis of HM Land Registry data by Property Week reveals.
Pluto Finance has advanced a £26m senior loan to Galliard Homes for the acquisition of the former Southall Honda car dealership and its redevelopment into housing.
Steve Norris has stepped down as non-executive chairman of BNP Paribas Real Estate Advisory UK to take on the role of senior adviser.
The Portman Estate and Great Portland Estates (GPE) have appointed architect Make to draw up plans for a huge mixed-use retail-led development on a two-acre site on the soon-to-be-pedestrianised western end of Oxford Street.
Aberdeen Standard Investments is aiming to more than double its real estate assets under management to £100bn by 2025.
Fabrix Capital is looking to raise £50m for its second fund, which is being launched little more than a year after the company was founded.
Associated British Ports (ABP), the UK’s leading port operator, has launched a £3.5bn property arm and will look to develop its 2,372-acre land bank held around major UK ports.
Four of the biggest retirement housing developers are mounting a legal challenge against the mayor of London’s new planning guidance on affordable housing.
WeWork has agreed a deal to take the tenancy of One Poultry, which overlooks Bank station in the City.
The Crown Estate has confirmed the unconditional purchase of three further phases of Rushden Lakes in Northamptonshire from LXB Retail Properties.
UK Commercial Property Trust has made its first hotel deal agreeing to forward fund the development of a 265-bed four-star Maldron Hotel in Newcastle city centre for £32m.
Housing associations are to be reclassified as private bodies in a move that will wipe £70bn of debt from the government’s balance sheet.
Cording Real Estate Group has agreed its first build-to-rent (BTR) investment in the UK, agreeing a £40m deal to fund a development in Nottingham.
British Land has announced that it will redevelop 1 Triton Square, Regent’s Place, having finalised a 310,000 sq ft pre-let to Dentsu Aegis Network.
London stocks closed at a six-week low on Wednesday amid signs of weakness in the UK employment market.
Irish property investment group Hibernia Reit is benefitting from Brexit-related lettings and forecasts 2017 will be close to a record year for office take-up in Dublin.
Assura, the primary care property investor and developer, has reported a 7.7% jump in net asset value per share to 53.1p in interim results.
British Land has revealed a 2.6% rise in net asset value for the six months to the end of September, stating it also had strong leasing activity in the first half.
CBRE has published a series of insights into what the retail sector will look like in 2030, highlighting the increasing importance of automation, customisation and big data.
Health and wellness retailer Holland & Barrett has appointed Colliers International to manage its Belgian portfolio and advise on its expansion in the Netherlands.
London’s West End has witnessed a bumper year for new retail openings, with numbers for the first 10 months of the year outstripping the whole of 2016.
Growing numbers of online retailers are opening physical stores, as the rate of internet sales growth looks to slow in the next few years, according to Colliers International.
New Bond Street has overtaken the Champs Élysées in Paris to become the world’s third most expensive street in terms of prime retail rents.
LGIM Real Assets (L&G) has appointed Simon Russian as its first-ever head of retail, as part of its strategy to adapt to the evolving retail market.
CBRE Capital Advisors has been appointed to manage a £100m property fund on behalf of Northern Ireland’s Department of Finance and the Strategic Investment Board.
Helical has agreed a series of lettings at One Creechurch Place in the City totalling almost 192,000 sq ft.
Flexible workspace provider BE Offices has acquired Headspace Group and announced plans to open up to 20 new locations under the co-working brand in the next three years.
Meyer Bergman has signed up Everyman Cinema and The Office Group to anchor its £300m Borough Yards scheme on the site of the former Vinopolis wine bar.
Helical has reported a fall in NAV in half-year results – largely due to the sale of its retirement village portfolio to L&G this week.
Great Portland Estates has increased its rental growth forecast for the year after posting growth in capital values and rental values in the first half.