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
  • Manchester Metropolitan University’s plans for a £35m School of Digital Arts (SODA) on Higher Chatham Street in Manchester have been approved by Manchester City Council.

  • Octopus Healthcare and Rangeford Holdings have announced plans to develop a retirement village on the outskirts of Cirencester in the Cotswolds.

  • Turnstone Estates has submitted a detailed planning application for its £50m Seaway leisure scheme in Southend-on-Sea.

  • Developer Elmloch has received planning permission for its redevelopment of Manchester’s Hotspur Press buildings.

  • Starwood Capital has bought the South Bank Central scheme for £256m, at a yield of 5.5%.

  • Hana Alternative Asset Management has completed the £185m acquisition of One Poultry in the City with the support of a £104m loan from Bank of Ireland.

  • Coffee giant Starbucks is planning further UK expansion through its franchise partner 23.5 Degrees.

  • Rob Noel, chief executive of Landsec, has revealed that the UK’s largest listed property company has spent “two to three million pounds” on preparations for a hard Brexit.

  • Non-bank lender provides £200m whole loan to park homes operator Royale.

  • British Land has acquired its first office building specifically for its flexible workspace brand Storey and lined up a series of deals to bolster its London office development pipeline.

  • Legal & General Capital acquires Homebase store in Bath from British Land in one of the first sales since CVA.

  • Legal & General has moved group strategy director Paul Miller to a new role of managing director of principal investing at its L&G Capital business.

  • The Property Litigation Association (PLA) has introduced academics into the organisation for the first time.

  • The government’s lack of clarity on its presumption in favour of modular construction was repeatedly criticised at a House of Lords debate yesterday evening about the Science and Technology Committee’s report, Off-site manufacture for construction: Building for change.

  • WeWork is in talks to take 45,000 sq ft of space at new City of London building 10 Fenchurch Avenue.

  • Chief product officer of proptech giant VTS Brandon Weber has joined digital connectivity firm WiredScore’s board in a non-executive role.

  • Global Logistic Properties (GLP) has announced plans to invest $500m in the Indian logistics market as part of a new joint venture with investor Everstone.

  • Scotch whisky giant Chivas Brothers has let the entirety of Local Authorities Mutual Investment Trust’s (LAMIT) office building at 2-4 Blythswood Square in Glasgow.

  • Stevenage Borough Council, mixed-use developer Reef Group and Aviva Investors have teamed up to deliver a £50m regeneration scheme in Stevenage.

  • European property investment group Catella has completed its acquisition of 75% of the share capital of UK investment manager APAM.

  • Shared workspace provider Fora has completed the purchase of 241 and 251 Southwark Bridge Road in Elephant & Castle.

  • LCR has secured a 32,500 sq ft pre-let for a new Time Out Market to anchor its £200m London Waterloo development.

  • Big Yellow has exchanged contracts to acquire the Wyvern Industrial Estate in New Malden, London for £28m.

  • Online estate agent Purplebricks Group has more than doubled its losses to £25.6m in the six months to October, despite growing its profits significantly in the UK.

  • Oaknorth and ASK Partners have provided a combined facility of over £50m to fund Groveworld’s acquisition of a major mixed-use development site in King’s Cross.

  • Swiss Life-owned UK investment manager Mayfair Capital has appointed Westmount co-founder Giles King as fund manager for its UK Thematic Growth Fund.

  • In-house developer eyes more housing for mixed-use scheme in town centre.

  • Professional rugby players plan to open Iconic Workspace centres at sporting venues across the country.

  • Red Bull UK has sublet almost a third of its London headquarters in Covent Garden to global architectural design firm WATG.

  • Berlin-based Medici Living and Frankfurt-listed Corestate Capital Holding are joining forces to invest €1bn (£910m) of equity and debt in the co-living sector in Europe over the next three to five years.