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.
Intu loses nearly 20% of its value.
JLL advised 85 clients on sustainability programmes and made more than 1,000 properties greener in the year it committed to achieving net zero carbon in its workplaces by 2030.
Manchester office building Arkwright House is set to undergo a significant refurbishment that will add new amenity and office space to the property’s reception area.
The government is set to publish a code of practice to support high street businesses through the ongoing pandemic.
Garden centre operator Dobbies has pre-let 75,000 sq ft of retail space at Designer Outlet Cotswolds, where it will be the anchor tenant at the 195,000 sq ft Robert Hitchins retail scheme.
Supply of grade-A industrial space in the South East has reached its highest level since 2009, the tail-end of the last recession.
Monsoon Accessorize is on the brink of administration adding to the string of high street casualties hit by the coronavirus pandemic.
Capital & Counties is poised to buy a 26.3% shareholding in rival West End landlord Shaftesbury.
Irish office and logistics giant IPUT Real Estate has announced an upsized revolving credit facility of €300m (£270m) with Wells Fargo.
Hostel operator Safestay saw its revenue jump by 26% last year, but recorded a loss before tax of £0.6m.
The agency group’s residential head Tim Hyatt spearheads a move into online auctions with a trial sale planned for July.
Specialist lender Pluto Finance has launched a new lending product for professional landlords in the UK’s private rental sector.
Small convenience shops are experiencing a dramatic surge in footfall as the Covid-19 lockdown encourages people to shop locally.
Members of a public accounts committee have slammed the government for not knowing how much money local authorities had borrowed to make real estate investments.
A mixed day for property stocks, with a near 7% share price leap for intu.
Department store chain Debenhams has negotiated a deal with landlords that will allow it to reopen most of its stores on 15 June.
Almost 80% of UK retail property owners believe that the Covid-19 pandemic will bring permanent changes to how retail property is leased and the terms on which it is occupied.
LabTech has unveiled plans to reopen Camden Market on 1 June, with an estimated 80% of food and beverage businesses expected to start trading again.
A body called the Senior Housing & Healthcare Association has been launched in a bid to shape the future of the care industry.
Harrods is opening a concept store in London’s Westfield shopping centre to retail remaining stock from the current season.
Strettons raised a total of £8.3m at its auction this week, achieving a 92% success rate.
Cushman & Wakefield has withdrawn from the direct sales of UK new homes.
Aberdeen Standard Investments’ Airport Industrial Property Unit Trust (AIPUT) fund has secured a 10-year lease extension at a Heathrow warehouse.
Cineworld has secured a waiver on loan covenant and agreed $110 (£89.7m) of extra liquidity through an increase in its revolving debt facility.
The British government is on the hunt for 4m sq ft of industrial space for a potential electric vehicle ‘gigafactory’, Property Week can reveal.
A new 140,000 sq ft office development in Bromley has been given the go-ahead.
RE-defined will run offices for landlords and cut out ‘middleman’ operators.
Retail assets slumped 26.1% in value but the CFO expects long-term demand for London offices to hold up.
A business representing the landlords of almost 400 Travelodge hotels is putting together a list of alternative options for landlords should the hotel operator decide to undertake a CVA.
Following a torrid spell of trading for the shopping centre landlord, Hammerson’s embattled chief executive David Atkins has announced plans to step down after more than a decade at the helm.