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
  • Former Savills boss heads quartet of senior non-executive director appointments

  • Company seeking an investment partner for its Vita business but could sell off all or some of its 15 assets

  • The 30,000 sq ft mall in Cannock, Staffordshire, fails to reach reserve price for the third time in as many years

  • St Modwen has announced plans to build it largest-ever industrial and logistics speculative unit at Tamworth Logistics Park.

  • LaSalle Investment Management has secured a letting with recruitment company PageGroup at its office block The Switch in Slough.

  • Property investment advisory company AshbyCapital has acquired a retail and office arcade and an adjacent development site in Kensington for around £200m.

  • Trebor Developments has agreed two separate deals to bring forward speculative industrial units in Wales and the East Midlands.

  • Keepmoat Homes has appointed a new chief executive and a new group production director.

  • Mixed-use developer Montreaux has secured a resolution to grant from the London Borough of Ealing Planning Committee for the development of over 2000 homes on the site of the former Middlesex Business Centre in Southall, west London.

  • The Instant Group has completed a tri-partite lease agreement on behalf of Barclays for its newly acquired office space in Glasgow.

  • Weston Homes has purchased the Assembly Buildings at the Old Vinyl Factory in Hayes from U+I and will develop 181 flats on the site.

  • Intu was among the worst performers on the FTSE All Share on Wednesday as its share price fell 7.79% to 108.95p after it suspended its dividend and revealed a 13.3% drop in capital values in its full year results.

  • UK Commercial Property REIT has refinanced its debt with facilities from Barings Real Estate and Barclays.

  • A Parliamentary committee has urged the government to reform business rates which it says are stacking the odds against high street retailers.

  • US insurance business the Reinsurance Group of America is under offer to take a floor of AXA Investment Management’s Twentytwo Bishopsgate.

  • The serviced apartment operator says it plans to eventually develop around 20% of its properties in-house

  • Two of the UK’s largest residential auction houses saw a year-on-year dip in sales at their first auctions of the year last week.

  • Specialist retail and leisure agencies Smith Price and Reid Rose Gregory are merging, Property Week can reveal.

  • Mayfair Capital has raised additional equity for its residential debt fund and undertaken its first loan outside London to support Ktesius’s redevelopment of the Astoria Cinema in Brighton.

  • A Chinese investor believed to be Cindat Capital Management is in advanced talks to buy Canary Wharf office building 30 South Colonnade from HNA Group.

  • Indoor go-karting company TeamSport is on track to open a new branch in Stockton-On-Tees on a 20-year lease.

  • The Instant Group has appointed Marlies Hoogeboom as head of workspace and operations for the UK and EMEA.

  • Developer Hargreaves Property Ventures has been selected by Falkirk Council to build out a 27.25-acre scheme at Falkirk Gateway.

  • Newcore Capital has submitted plans for a non-profit regeneration scheme in the Oxford area of Blackbird Leys.

  • Knotel has signed close to 60,000 sq ft worth of new leases across six properties in central London since November last year.

  • Black Pearl has appointed agents to find a funding partner to bring forward a £1bn mixed-use scheme on London’s South Bank.

  • The High Court has ruled in favour of Canary Wharf Group over its claim that Brexit did not amount to ‘frustration’ of the European Medicines Agency’s 25-year, £500m lease.

  • CLS has acquired 9 Prescot Street in London for £53.85m.

  • Developer Consero London has acquired Birchville Court in Bushey for £50m.

  • Intu shares have fallen 10% in early trading after the shopping centre landlord suspended its dividend and reported a 13.3% fall in capital values in full-year results.