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
  • Collins Property Recruitment has announced a partnership with Neil Young who will act as a strategic adviser.

  • London has topped LaSalle’s European Cities Growth Index for the fifth year running, as Europe’s leading city for projected real-estate occupier demand.

  • Countryside and Sovereign Housing Association have completed their purchase of a 365-acre site at Lotmead Farm, Swindon, from Ainscough Strategic Land.

  • Savills has launched a 135-lot catalogue for its 15 December final sale of the year.

  • Harworth Group has hired James Crow as its new head of mixed tenure.

  • The government has committed to spending at least £300m on housing for the elderly and people with special needs over the next three years.

  • RICS has appointed Lord Michael Bichard to lead the independent review into the governance and purpose of the institution following its governance crisis.

  • A Hong Kong buyer is set to make its UK debut by snapping up Charles Russell Speechlys’ headquarters at 5 Fleet Place for around £190m, Property Week can reveal.

  • Boots UK managing director Sebastian James has slammed a number of landlords who requested rent payments from the group during the pandemic.

  • Fortwell Capital has provided Argo Real Estate and The Townsend Group with a £28.1m loan to fund the redevelopment of London’s Baltic Exchange building.

  • Logicor has secured a new 10-year lease with a leading international packaging company at Widnes 108, taking the space to 100% occupancy.

  • Barings has completed on three UK transactions worth a total of £27.9m on behalf of a client.

  • Ethical investor FORE Partnership and extra care operator Amicala have unveiled plans to develop an £80m net zero senior-living facility on a former school site in Bristol.

  • Developer and investor Scarborough Group International (SGI) has promoted Adam Varley to the role of development director to accelerate the group’s growth strategy.

  • Build-to-rent operator Get Living has appointed Dan Greenslade as chief financial officer.

  • UK Commercial Property REIT (UKCM) has forward-funded £25m for three new warehouse units, known as Sussex Junction, which are currently under construction near Gatwick Airport.

  • Muse Developments has unveiled its sustainable delivery strategy.

  • Sirius Real Estate has paid €34.5m for a business park in Neckartenzlingen, near Stuttgart in Germany.

  • Supermarket Income REIT has paid £75.8m for a Sainsbury’s supermarket in Cannock, Staffordshire.

  • Scottish housebuilder Springfield has struck a £56.4m deal to buy Thistle SPV2, the owner of Inverness-based Tulloch Homes.

  • Man GPM has invested £33m in a residential development at Saltdean, Brighton, Property Week can reveal.

  • A Singaporean investor has gone under offer to buy WeWork’s 120 Moorgate for around £148m, which would reflect a yield of 4.75%.

  • Edelman has exchanged contracts with Derwent London to pre-let all 38,200 sq ft of Francis House SW1 in Victoria.

  • Fiera Real Estate and Cubex have acquired a 12-acre greenfield site adjacent to the M5 with a GDV of £25m.

  • AEW UK Real Return Fund has acquired a portfolio of five supported-living schemes close to Liverpool city centre for a total of £16.7m.

  • Citrus Durham has unveiled plans to speculatively develop a four-unit industrial scheme totalling 337,225 sq ft at its £300m mixed-use Integra 61 development near Durham.

  • Retirement village developer Rangeford Villages has appointed James Doherty as senior development manager, bringing with him more than 20 years of construction experience mostly in retirement living.

  • Time Retail Partners has appointed James Hessey to its growing investment team.

  • Transport Scotland is to relocate its headquarters to HFD Group’s 177 Bothwell Street in Glasgow, a space with the “environmental credentials” to support its climate-change ambitions.

  • Chinatown owner Shaftesbury has posted an increase in net asset value and narrowed losses despite the Covid-19 restrictions having a “material impact” on its full year figures.