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.

To read more about how our developments are progressing and new sites that we have acquired please look at our Latest News

Latest Industry News
  • Despite a background of projected higher UK inflation and the extension of the commercial eviction moratorium, Acuitus raised £22.8m with a success rate of 95% at its June auction.

  • A judge has ruled that annual rent for a retail unit in Central London should be less than half of what it was in 2011, setting a commercial precedent that could have a significant impact on rents in the prime West End retail market.

  • CBRE has appointed Lendlease asset manager John Coddington as the head of residential in its property management team.

  • Torsion Developments has revealed plans for a new PBSA scheme in Leeds.

  • Runcorn Shopping City has been placed on the market by LPA Receivers with a price tag of £10m, Property Week can reveal.

  • Buyers at Auction House London’s latest sale engaged in “enormous” bidding wars for properties in the Home Counties, according to auctioneer Andrew Binstock..

  • A slew of shopping centre investment opportunities have hit the market, Property Week can reveal.

  • Modular homebuilder ilke Homes has sold 153-factory built homes for £44m to Gresham House ReSI LP, a limited partnership investing in new-build shared ownership homes.

  • Sports Direct has reopened its Oxford Street flagship store following a £10m makeover.

  • Unite Students has sold two of its London properties to its London Student Accommodation joint venture (LSAV) with investor GIC for £342m, in a deal reflecting a net initial yield of 4%.

  • Flexible workspace provider Breezblock has extended its lease at St Magnus House on Lower Thames Street opposite London Bridge.

  • Queensberry has secured a new food hall operator at its Metquarter shopping centre in Liverpool.

  • HSBC UK has leased 10,300 sq ft of flexible space in the Hana by Industrious at the Landmark office development in Manchester.

  • One of Brookfield Asset Management’s private real estate funds has acquired the Arlington UK science, innovation, and technology real estate business from TPG Real Estate Partners (TREP) for £714m.

  • Around £2.6bn of investment was pumped into the UK commercial property market in May, more than double the amount transacted in the same month last year.

  • Pathways to Property has announced the appointment of three new board members to strengthen its diversity and inclusion initiative.

  • CBRE has sold a Glasgow office building for Patrizia for more than £5.5m.

  • A trade body representing hundreds of businesses and landlords in London’s West End has called for urgent action to revive “overlooked” areas of the district such as Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane.

  • The publication of an independent review into the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS) has been pushed back by a month.

  • Allsop raised a total of £61.4m at its commercial property auction this week, selling 86 lots – or 77% - from its 112-lot catalogue.

  • A new bridge-lending business, GRE Finance, has been launched with backing from specialist property funder ASK Partners.

  • Barwood Capital and Caisson Investment Management have formed a joint venture with plans to acquire up to £40m of multi-let industrial assets in the UK’s regions following its first close, Property Week can reveal.

  • Auction house’s 36-lot commercial and residential catalogue features several redevelopment opportunities

  • Influencer Tricia Cusden has been added to the stellar roster of speakers taking part in Property Week’s Later Living event next week.

  • Paragon Development Finance has agreed a £25.5m funding package with Watford Riverwell, a joint venture between Watford Borough Council and Kier Property, to support a new residential development.

  • Savills’ head of London residential development Dominic Grace is to leave the business after almost four decades to set up his own consultancy, Property Week can reveal.

  • The South East office market saw an influx of investment in the first quarter of 2021 as £639m was deployed across 35 transactions, making it the second-busiest Q1 of the past five years, according to new data from Colliers.

  • Sweet Street site will bring pipeline to 2,500 homes

  • Evans Randall Investors has been chosen to develop a £500m phase of an automotive technology park in the West Midlands.

  • Senior property industry figures have described government plans to extend the commercial property eviction moratorium to 25 March 2022 as “crazy”.