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.
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.