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.
Shares in IWG, the serviced office giant formerly called Regus, plunged by a third this morning following a profit warning.
City & Provincial Properties has sold a 2.5-acre site at 709 Old Kent Road to the London Borough of Southwark for £15m.
Encore+ has acquired the Kennedytoren office tower in Eindhoven for €50m (£44.6m).
Bill Hughes, head of real assets at Legal and General Investment Management, has said the group plans to double its build-to-rent (BTR) delivery target by 2019.
Central Bedfordshire Council has granted planning permission to IDI Gazeley to create 560,000 sq ft of speculative industrial space in Biggleswade, Property Week can reveal.
US co-working giant WeWork has appointed Cisco’s former managing director of workplace resources Ronen Journo as its new senior vice president for enterprise and workplace strategy, as of 7 November.
Redrow has entered into an agreement with Quinn Estates and Invicta Properties to deliver up to 250 new homes at Hoplands Farm, a 71 acre parcel of land in Hersden, to the north east of the City of Canterbury.
UBS Asset Management’s debt fund has completed £45m of new loans in the third quarter as the firm looks to expand its lending platform into continental Europe and explores the potential of an open-end structure for its next fund.
AEW and Natixis Asset Management have completed a third closing for the pan-European debt fund, SELF II, bringing the total raised to more than €500m.
SEGRO has reported strong leasing figures for the third quarter, contracting £8.8m of new headline rent, including £3.8m in rent from existing space.
LondonMetric has announced the sale of two DFS retail properties in Swindon and Swansea for £13.9m, on behalf of its DFS joint venture.
Unilever’s UK headquarters in Leatherhead, Surrey, has been put on the market by its Malaysian owners.
BrickVest is hiring up to 15 new employees and searching for larger offices following a £7m fundraising round led by German real estate lender Berlin Hyp earlier this month.
Former GVA chief executive Rob Bould has been appointed non-executive director at new proptech venture Coyote.
Car park operator NCP has set a target to add 100 sites to its estate over the next three years.
Legal & General Capital plans to broaden its build-to-rent (BTR) reach beyond city centre apartment living to include single-unit family homes.
G15 chairman and Optivo chief executive Paul Hackett heralded the prime minister’s house building summit yesterday as an “important milestone” for housing associations during a panel debate at MIPIM UK in London.
A Middle Eastern private investor has acquired Nissan’s Hajimé campus near Paris in a share deal via the OPCI K Montigny, managed by BNP Paribas REIM France.
Serviced office provider Pure Offices will open three new centres across the UK.
Foxton’s shares were up 7.53% on Wednesday despite the estate agent reporting a seventh consecutive fall in quarterly revenue in its latest trading update to investors, blaming “challenging conditions” in the London housing market.
A digital tool which aims to speed up the planning process by helping to identify public land for development has been launched today, as part of a Department for Communities and Local Government pilot.
Planning permission has been granted for the extension and redevelopment of 25 Berkeley Square – an office building owned by Lazari Investments.
DTZ Investors has secured planning permission for a 385-unit residential-led scheme in Wandsworth after the Mayor of London used his powers to increase the number of affordable homes to be delivered.
Asian-influenced food chain itsu has signed a new 15-year lease in The Shard’s retail arcade.
Wrenbridge and Savills Investment Management have been granted planning approval for a £50m redevelopment of the Bircherley Green Shopping Centre in Hertford.
Global software company Kalibrate Technologies has signed to take space at 196 Deansgate in Manchester for its new UK headquarters.
DekaBank has provided a £152m five-year term loan to the King’s Cross Central Limited Partnership secured on 1 & 2 Pancras Square.
Legal & General has agreed a deal with Leeds City Council to fund the £35m redevelopment of Headingley Stadium.
Property consultancy Carter Jonas has expanded its regional operations by taking 6,000 sq ft of office space in Leeds and Birmingham.
Victoria Steventon and Julian Radcliffe have been appointed by MJ Mapp as new directors in their portfolio management team.
Central London retail property specialist Nash Bond has appointed Anne Louise Pilkington as a director and announced three promotions.
Communities Secretary Sajid Javid has outlined plans to “clamp down on a small minority of rogue agents” in the property management system.
London has active urban logistics requirements of 9.4m sq ft – the highest in Europe, according to new research from Cushman & Wakefield and P3 Logistic Parks.
Specialist regeneration developer and investor U+I has revealed it is on track to deliver £65m-£70m of development and trading gains in the current financial year.
Edmond de Rothschild has bought a controlling stake in Cording Real Estate Group to expand its European investment management business.
Foxtons has revealed a seventh consecutive fall in quarterly revenue in its latest trading update to investors, blaming “challenging conditions” in the London housing market.
Shares in Merlin Entertainment sank 15.94% on Tuesday, following a trading update in which the theme park operator said it expected its annual earnings (EBITDA) to rise just 1-3% , compared to 4-6% previously.
Bidwells has poached two BNP Paribas Real Estate agents.
Legal & General Investment Management Real Assets has announced plans to sell One Portland Street in Manchester for £20m.
Legal & General has completed the forward-funding acquisition of the 190,000 sq ft government-let New Waverley office in Edinburgh for around £100m.