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
  • Wincanton has opened a new customer fulfilment centre – or ‘dark store’ – for Waitrose.com in Greenford, West London, making it the first supply chain partner to create a dark store for grocery home deliveries in the UK.

  • Old Oak and Park Royal Development Corporation (OPDC) has submitted a revised draft local plan to support the Old Oak Common masterplan.

  • Prologis has bought the 17-acre former Vauxhall headquarters in Luton with plans to develop a 300,000 sq ft multi-let industrial scheme with a gross development value (GDV) of £80m.

  • Thor Equities Group and Morgan Stanley Real Estate Investing have sold a portfolio of big box warehouses to BentallGreenOak for £303m.

  • Developer Firmstone’s plans to regenerate East Street at St Catherine’s Place in Bristol have been given the green light.

  • Mike Ashley’s Frasers Group has slammed the business rates support available from July as being “near worthless” for large firms, saying it could be forced to close stores.

  • Fred Perry is set to launch a flagship store in Manchester’s Northern Quarter district on the ground floor of Bruntwood Works’ Afflecks building.

  • Triple Point Social Housing REIT has posted a 12% rise in profit for the year to the end of December 2020, following a year in which it acquired 58 new properties.

  • Workspace Group has priced its first green bond, which aims to raise an initial £300m to fund environmentally friendly projects.

  • Helical has let all of its 88,500 sq ft London office building Kaleidoscope to social media giant TikTok.

  • Yours, the flexible office joint venture between Work.Life and Knight Frank, has appointed Freddie Cousens as landlord partnerships lead.

  • Ivanhoé Cambridge and PLP have acquired a 135-acre logistics project at South Caldecotte in Milton Keynes, via the joint logistics investment vehicle PLP UK Logistics Venture (UKLV).

  • Profit at GCP Student Living has plummeted almost 90% in the six months to the end of December as Covid-19 lockdowns and a slowdown in valuation growth hit the group.

  • Unite Students has given students an additional three-week extension to their rent discount, taking the total discount period to 10 weeks.

  • Flexible workspace operator Cambridge Innovation Center (CIC) has brought on board a new investor citing adverse trading conditions caused by Covid-19.

  • The debate highlights a move towards more collaborative, ESG-focused use of data.

  • The number of UK supermarket stores grew by twice as much last year as in 2019, with discount grocers leading the charge.

  • A number of high-value lots were sold including a Devon farmhouse and cottage, which sold for £1.7m

  • Allsop has unveiled a 116-lot catalogue for its next online commercial auction in March, featuring a number of retail and industrial investments.

  • Branding agency MSQ Partners has signed a 10-year lease on a new 20,315 sq ft office at 34 Bow Street, directly opposite the Royal Opera House in Covent Garden in London’s West End.

  • DP World has announced that it will fast-track the delivery of a speculative 146,000 sq ft green warehouse facility at London Gateway’s Logistics Park before the end of 2021.

  • Marriott International brand Aloft Hotels has debuted in Birmingham with the opening of Aloft Birmingham Eastside.

  • Universities Superannuation Fund (USS) has let a 5,000 sq ft restaurant in Brewer Street in Soho to Harts Group on a 20-year lease.

  • OakNorth Bank has completed a £10.3m loan to a private property firm to refurbish Electric House in Croydon.

  • Amazon has opened its first UK Amazon Fresh grocery store, at Ealing Broadway in west London.

  • Atrium European Real Estate posted a 21.3% drop in net rental income to €138.9m (£119.9m) for the year to 31 December 2020.

  • Supermarket Income REIT has announced it will issue £100m in shares to allow it to target a pipeline of opportunities.

  • Incoming CEO Dermot Crowley says he is confident of a strong rebound in hotel occupancy rates this year.

  • Rishi Sunak’s £65bn spring Budget has received a lukewarm response from the property industry, with some claiming it offers no more than “a stay of execution” for many businesses.

  • UKGBC has slammed the Treasury for failing to give clarity on the fate of the £2bn Green Homes Grant scheme in the budget unveiled on Wednesday.