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.
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The University of Gloucestershire has secured a £29m ESG-driven funding package from Barclays.
HM Courts & Tribunals Service (HMCTS) has purchased a central London building to develop a new tribunal centre.
Audley Group has exchanged on a conversion project for an Elizabethan farmhouse that formerly served as a Ministry of Defence facility in Surrey.
Colliers has ranked Manchester city centre as the top commercial centre in the UK.
Global logistics firm the Woodland Group is to take a second warehouse at iPort near Doncaster.
British Land has unveiled a masterplan for Canada Water in south-east London that could lead to the creation of 3,000 new net zero homes and around 2m sq ft of workspace.
Burger restaurant Fat Hippo is set to make its London restaurant debut, with a new site at Shoreditch.
The government has agreed to the £4.25bn takeover of Chelsea FC after being satisfied proceeds of the sale would not benefit Roman Abramovich, the club’s Russian oligarch owner currently subject to sanctions.
Ediston Property Investment Company has reported an 11.2% increase in like-for like property portfolio values after it switched its investment strategy to focus on retail warehouses.
London Land Group has secured a £69m loan from Octopus Group’s real estate arm to fund a green development of 291 new homes in a key regeneration site in Dorset, Property Week can reveal.
Warehouse REIT has entered into a development agreement with Panattoni to create a 2m sq ft logistics hub at Radway Green, in Crewe.
Property investor and developer Dunmoore has bought a vacant industrial unit at Stratton Business Park in Biggleswade, Bedfordshire, with plans to create a 42,500 sq ft trade park.
Capital & Regional has sold the The Mall shopping centre in Blackburn to the Adhan Group for £40m.
St Modwen Logistics has been appointed by kitchenware brand ProCook to develop a 167,000 sq ft warehouse in Gloucester.
Newcastle City Council has approved planning permission for a 289-unit residential scheme on Newcastle’s Quayside by Packaged Living.
The Vintage Store will open its largest site to date at Liverpool ONE, occupying a 12,000 sq ft space.
Melburg Capital has appointed Andrew Burns as head of asset management.
Plans have been submitted by developer HG Living to develop a new creative co-working hub and mixed-use scheme in Leamington Spa.
Alternative Real Estate Advisors (AREA) has made a number of appointments on the first anniversary of its establishment, including Sam Bolton, who joins from JLL as an associate director.
Helical has sold the Trinity office building in Manchester to clients of Mayfair Capital for £34.55m, reflecting a yield of 5%.
Investment management firm, Harrison Street, is to develop a 297-bed, five-storey purpose-built student accommodation scheme in Nottingham, in a joint venture with Torsion Developments.
Finalists in the 2022 Property Awards gathered for a pre-event celebration and networking at the offices of sponsor haysmacintyre, the top 30 chartered accountancy firm, in London last week.
Oxenwood Logistics Fund 1 SLP (Oxenwood) has secured £63m in development funding from Blackstone Real Estate Debt Strategies.
CBRE Investment Management (CBRE IM) has acquired 125 Colmore Row, a 150,000 sq ft prime office building in Birmingham city centre on behalf of West Midlands Pension Fund.
Clearbell UK Strategic Trust (CST) has announced that it is now fully invested, after 6-24 Britannia Street, Kings Cross, a commercial art gallery and office building, was acquired for £13.5m.
Warehouse REIT has reported a 19.4% like-for-like valuation uplift of its portfolio to £1.01bn, up from £792.8m last year.
Healthcare landlord Assura has increased its passing rent roll by 12% to £135.7m in the year end to 31 March 2022
Shaftesbury’s West End portfolio has “continued bouncing back” in the first half of the fiscal year after overturning a £338m loss last year to post post-tax profit of £247.6m.
Kennedy Wilson has secured a 10-year lease on 31,000 sq ft at 111 Buckingham Palace Road, in the Victoria submarket of London.
Lynne Fennah will be stepping down from her role as chief financial and sustainability officer of board of Empiric Student Property to pursue other interests.