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.

Latest Industry News
  • Housebuilder The Braidwater Group has revealed plans for a £450m residential scheme in Derry-Londonderry.

  • Quartermile 3 in Edinburgh is under offer to German investor Kan Am in excess of the asking price, Property Week can reveal.

  • All non-essential businesses in Wales have been ordered to close from Friday as part of a two-week lockdown.

  • Insurance giant W R Berkley has appointed agents to sell its City of London tower the Scalpel, Property Week can reveal.

  • CBRE has hired Pearson’s global head of property Ben Almond.

  • Commercial property investment in Scotland picked up in Q3 this year after investment levels plunged in Q2.

  • Enra Specialist Finance has completed a securitisation of a £268m portfolio of residential mortgages.

  • Viewranks Estates has been granted planning permission to redevelop two retail units in Kingston into a £60m co-living scheme.

  • Cold storage accounts for 12% of all warehouse space in the UK, a report from Savills and the Cold Chain Federation has revealed.

  • The rate of shop closures in the UK for H1 2020 has surged over 70% when compared to H1 2019, a study has revealed.

  • Investec’s Structured Property Finance team has agreed to provide Comer Homes with a £36m, five-year senior debt facility to fund the development of the final phase of Mast Quay in Woolwich, London.

  • Intu SGS has transferred another of the group’s centres to new management following the collapse of Intu Properties group into administration.

  • One of London’s largest housing associations is to undertake a comprehensive safety review across a six-block residential development in London following advice that the construction of the buildings may be putting residents at risk.

  • Shelley Sandzer, acting on behalf of a private landlord, has let a 4,300 sq ft restaurant at 38 Victoria Road in Surbiton, south west London.

  • Legal & General (L&G) has agreed a £200m deal to fund the University of Oxford for a new home for the departments of Zoology, Plant Sciences and Experimental Psychology.

  • McKay Securities has so far collected 70% of rents from the September quarter day, and has reported an increase in collections for the previous two quarters.

  • Landsec boss Mark Allan told investors he is positioning the property giant for growth today at a virtual capital markets day as he outlines his strategy for asset sales and a potential mixed-use expansion into regional cities.

  • Aberdeen Standard is selling its Centre Court shopping centre in Wimbledon with a price tag of £80m.

  • John Lewis has lifted the lid on its plans to push into the housing market this morning, announcing that it has identified a swathe of potential sites for residential use.

  • Global Mutual has taken over the management of intu Watford.

  • Pret A Manger is to shut six more stores resulting in 400 jobs losses.

  • Private equity investor Henley has acquired Regent Retail Park in Manchester for £16m from M&G.

  • Planning officers from Elmbridge Borough Council have recommended that a planning application by Guild Living be refused on the grounds that elderly people do not bring “vitality” to town centres.

  • UBS Asset Management has acquired an Amazon logistics hub in Belfast for £27m, reflecting a net initial yield of 5.5%.

  • Scotch Corner Designer Village has made two new appointments to strengthen its project team.

  • The British Property Federation (BPF) has condemned the administration proposals set out by Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM).

  • Regional office group Circle Property has posted a 1% fall in estimated net asset value (NAV) during the six months to the end of September.

  • RDI REIT has collected 81.5% of gross rents or income due for the September quarter.

  • Amount of space rises from 3m sq ft to 5m sq ft but has yet to trigger a fall in rents.

  • But many remained gated and September withdrawals still way below March peak