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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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.