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
  • Dallas-based commercial real estate company Westmount Realty Capital has partnered with a fund managed by the Real Estate Group of Ares Management Corporation to recapitalise a 51-asset industrial portfolio totaling 6.1m sq ft in Chicago and Milwaukee.

  • Knight Frank has hired Philip Hobley as head of London offices in its UK commercial business, succeeding William Beardmore-Gray.

  • Realstar and Lendlease have completed a forward-funding deal to create a new UNCLE development in Deptford, south-east London, with a GDV of £120m.

  • Investcorp has completed the sale of 10 UK industrial and logistics assets to three different purchasers, Kennedy Wilson, Realty Income and Investra Capital, for a combined total of £108.4m.

  • Whitbread has promoted Hemant Patel to the role of chief financial officer, succeeding Nicholas Cadbury effective from 21 March.

  • Hammerson said it now expects its annual adjusted earnings to be in the range of £75m to £80m, up from the minimum of £60m previously forecast.

  • Picton Property has revealed a 7.4% increase in net asset value (NAV) for the quarter ended 31 December 2021 and a further 2.9% dividend increase.

  • London has lost around a quarter (24%) of industrial floorspace over the past 20 years, equating to more than 64.5m sq ft.

  • Investor Firefly Capital has hired Henry Courtenay-Stamp as its new associate director of real estate.

  • Midlands-based auction house Bond Wolfe has released a 159-lot catalogue for its live-streamed sale on 9 February.

  • UK property investment volumes hit £67.1bn in 2021, up from £42.7bn in 2020 and up 20% on the 10-year average, according to exclusive data from JLL.

  • The deadline for this year’s RESI Awards entries has been extended from 2 February to 9 February.

  • Savills IM director says institutions prefer to invest in proven construction methods.

  • Dominvs Group has hired Lifestory managing director Marc Evans as its new chief operating officer, Property Week can reveal.

  • Deal marks start of a UK PBSA JV which is aiming to build a £750m portfolio over the coming five years.

  • US investment banking giant Citi has announced plans to refurbish its iconic Citi Tower in Canary Wharf at an estimated cost of £100m, in what would be one of the largest single building refurbishment programmes ever undertaken in the UK.

  • Global engineering and consultancy firm Arup has confirmed it will take the second floor at CEG’s EQ development in Bristol.

  • A quarter of UK estate agencies, representing more than 5,000 branches, have failed to register with HMRC for money laundering supervision, according to new analysis from property, legal and fintech firm Thirdfort.

  • M7 Real Estate has purchased Bridgewater Place in central Leeds and has now unveiled plans for the proposed initial public offering of the property on the International Property Securities Exchange (IPSX).

  • A new Victoria’s Secret has opened next to a larger Next store at shopping centre Atria Watford.

  • The Scottish Housing with Care Task Force has urged ministers to consider the future housing needs of older people in its planning legislation.

  • The Court of Appeal has rejected an appeal by contractor Mulalley & Co over a cladding claim involving one of the Hyde group’s largest high-rise residential developments.

  • M&G Real Estate has acquired Ryder Court, a grade-A office building in London’s West End, for around £132m in an off-market deal.

  • Pan-European investor and developer RE Capital has obtained planning consent from Camden Council for its new lifestyle hotel in Camden, London.

  • Rent collection from UK commercial properties 21 days after the December quarter day was lower than in the previous quarter.

  • Occupancy rates in the elderly care market have dropped 9.7% year on year in 2021, averaging 79.4%, according to the latest Knight Frank research.

  • US investor Fortress is offloading 17 M&S stores across the UK for £70m, Property Week understands.

  • US developer Bridge Industrial has snapped up an out-of-town office park in Weybridge, Surrey.

  • Real Estate Investors (REI) has told investors it achieved “near normal rent collection levels” in 2021, despite the impact of continuing Covid-19 lockdowns.

  • Warehouse REIT has completed 12 lettings and 10 lease renewals ahead of estimated rental value (ERV) during the period since the beginning of October last year.