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
  • Abercrombie & Fitch has opened a new store at 150 Regent Street in London.

  • BidX1 raised £4.8m at its online sale on 15 September, selling 21 out of 28 lots and achieving a 75% success rate.

  • At its latest sale on 14 September, Strettons sold just 69% of its 41-lot catalogue, raising £8.8m.

  • Wesleyan Assurance Society has disposed of the freehold of Oliver House, Windmill Hill, Enfield, to Ebury Holdings for £3.1m.

  • David Topham, chief executive of Manchester-based developer CTP, has passed away aged 65 after a short illness.

  • Dorrington has leased the entirety of its 33,500 sq ft Laszlo office building in Archway to leading cycling company Rapha Racing for its new HQ.

  • Aberdeen Standard has let an industrial unit in Enfield to cash and carry food wholesaler Holland Bazaar.

  • UKGBC has appointed Bruntwood chief executive Chris Oglesby to its board of trustees.

  • Prologis has pre-let a 493,000 sq ft warehouse in Pineham, Northamptonshire, to Toolstation on a 15-year lease.

  • Property and construction consultancy McBains has appointed Louise Dixon Chapman, a former associate partner at Cushman & Wakefield, to lead a new business unit that will advise clients on developing post-Covid workplace strategies.

  • Knight Frank has appointed former JLL hotels and leisure property valuer William Rankine.

  • Cushman & Wakefield has committed to becoming a net zero emissions business by 2050.

  • Plans to sell the 177-acre Newbury Showground have been abandoned after members of the Newbury & District Agricultural Society (NADAS) voted down the proposal.

  • Maslow Capital has provided a £19m development facility to Henry Construction for its development of an 83-unit residential scheme in Ealing, north-west London.

  • The leases on the pubs expire in 2055 and they have an annual RPI indexation. The tenant also has a £1 buyback option at lease expiry.

  • Weston Homes has bought a 0.6-acre site on Caxton Road, Wood Green with plans to create a residential scheme with a GDV of £33m.

  • Matthew Roberts from Devon has received a nine-year directorship disqualification from the courts for trading two property investment companies with a lack of commercial integrity.

  • M&G has partnered with Ardcairn Capital with plans to fund the development of 10,000 homes in Ireland over the next five years.

  • Foxtons Group has appointed Nigel Rich as chairman following Ian Barlow’s retirement.

  • How do we turn followship into leadership ahead of COP26? That is the question we will be asking at our Climate Crisis Challenge Campaign Spotlight Event, in collaboration with UKGBC, on Thursday 23 September – and we are inviting you to put your questions, too, to the c-suite speakers and ...

  • An experiential pop-up shop celebrating the iconic rock band Queen is due to open its doors on Carnaby Street later this month.

  • Knight Frank data has shown a potential care bed shortage following limited development in 2020.

  • Logistics real estate developer Panattoni has signed a lease with online grocer Ocado Retail for a 346,132 sq ft, speculatively developed logistics facility in Luton.

  • SEGRO has priced a ten-year €500m (£426m) senior unsecured green bond issue.

  • Co-living pioneer The Collective has called in the administrators, citing reduced occupancy levels caused by the pandemic.

  • US operator secures five BTR and co-living sites across the capital to kick off UK-led expansion into Europe.

  • Former Twitter European VP big-ticket addition to raft of top industry speakers.

  • The UK will not hit its net zero targets unless local authorities and central government work together, climate change committee chairman Lord Deben has warned.

  • ‘How do we turn followship into leadership ahead of COP26?’ That is the question we will be asking at our Climate Crisis Challenge Campaign Spotlight Event with UKGBC next Thursday – and we are inviting you to put questions to the C-suite speakers and panel.

  • The UK’s top commercial real estate agencies are in the midst of a recruitment frenzy as business picks up sharply in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic and they prepare for a period of strong growth.