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
  • Residential proptech firm Houzen is expanding into five new cities in the next 18 months to support its ongoing growth.

  • Newcore Capital Management has bought three assets in London and the South East for a new £100m value-add fund.

  • UK property manager M J Mapp has announced it will rebrand to MAPP as part of a strategy change.

  • Hanover Green Retail has expanded its agency team with two new hires.

  • Mayor of London Sadiq Khan has called for the introduction of rent controls and an overhaul tenancy laws, in a landmark report calling for changes to the private rented sector in London to give renters open-ended tenancies, and to create powers to bring rents down.

  • Grainger has refinanced its GRIP portfolio, after it bought the shares of the portfolio that it didn’t own from JV partner APG last year.

  • Broad Street Mall’s owner Inception (Reading), has been granted detailed planning consent for a 101-bedroom Premier Inn hotel next to the shopping centre.

  • LXi REIT has completed six long-let, index-linked acquisitions from separate developers and vendors for a combined £55m, reflecting a weighted average net initial acquisition yield of 5.83%.

  • Landsec chief executive Rob Noel has been appointed as a non-executive director at housebuilder Taylor Wimpey.

  • Regional REIT has raised £62.5m to help fund new acquisition – ahead of its £50m target.

  • Firm has assembled teams to target ‘social impact’ sectors for the first time and step up hotel investment

  • Voids in multi-let industrial property have soared in inner London over the past two years as smaller occupiers have escaped the capital to avoid steep rent increases, according to new research from Gerald Eve.

  • Canadian firm has closed first London office just five months after it opened

  • Allsop Commercial achieves 79% success rate while Acuitus rate hits 86%, its best so far this year

  • Schroder Real Estate has announced it has completed the sale of 4 Chiswell Street.

  • There has been much talk about wellbeing and social impact this year, but to date, most of it has been confined to the commercial property sector.

  • Sheffield City Council has chosen Scarborough International Properties as the developer for the expansion of the Sheffield Olympic Legacy Park.

  • Proposals for a £30m mixed-use tower that will be the tallest building in Reading have been given planning approval.

  • Spaces has unveiled plans to launch two new flexible working centres in Angel Islington and Canary Wharf totalling over 110,000 sq ft.

  • Capital & Regional has appointed Debenhams’ former group property director Robert Hadfield as commercial director.

  • A working group set up by the government has recommend that a new regulatory body be set up to oversee estate agents.

  • A housing inspector has approved plans to convert an industrial building in Watford into 15 bedsits, seven of which would have no windows, ruling the scheme met the requirements of the GPDO.

  • AXA Investment Managers (AXA IM) has pre-let 75,000sq ft at its 22 Bishopsgate office development to US-based law firm Cooley on a 17-year lease.

  • Harbert Management Corporation has raised €662.4m for Harbert European Real Estate Fund V (HEREF V), making it the firm’s largest ever European real estate fund.

  • Slug and Lettuce-owner Stonegate Pub Company has agreed a deal to buy Ei Group, the pub company formerly known as Enterprise Inns, in a deal that values the group at £2.97bn.

  • Failure to agree price sinks Kennedy Wilson deal for 2m sq ft Solihull business park

  • Deutsche Bank is reviewing its occupation of Landsec’s Zig Zag building in Victoria, London, just two years after moving in, Property Week can reveal.

  • MSCI index reveals that the UK, Australia and Canada were the only markets in the top 10 to fall in size.

  • US proptech venture capital firm Fifth Wall has closed its second real estate technology fund after raising £399m ($503m).

  • Lloyds Bank has appointed Andy Hulme as co-head of its real estate and housing team to work alongside Madeleine McDougall in a move that the bank said would give them more time to support their respective families.