Rothstones current development programme includes food retail, roadside, care and residential and has an end value in excess of £100m.


The business focus is on large mixed use schemes including care, residential, and hotels through to the redevelopment of standalone convenience food retail stores for groups such as Lidl, M&S Food Hall, Aldi and Morrison’s Plc, and smaller standalone roadside PFS, EV charging hubs, drive thru and pod units.


Established by Mark Rothery in 2012, Rothstone is a Yorkshire based property developer. Rothstone has a proven track record of developing and asset managing property predominantly across the north of England, but also including projects in London, Leicester and Bristol.


All our developments are built to a high specification with environmental sustainability and energy-efficiency in mind. We often pursue BREEAM, EPC and Secured By Design accreditation as standard for our sites. While our obligations under Environmental Social Governance (ESG) are at the forefront of every business decision made by Rothstone, our team, suppliers, partners and investors. We are actively involved in delivering over 200 electric vehicle charging points across our development portfolio, and continue to be both socially conscious and proactive as a company to safeguard the environment.


Rothstone is privately funded through a network of several high-net-worth individuals, and has no recourse for third party or bank finance. Typically, we take a 3 – 5 year view on a development project and have access to substantial funds for suitable projects via key partners Peveril Securities, who are a wholly owned subsidiary of the Bowmer and Kirkland and MarshallCDP.

Bowmer & Kirkland is very much a family company which focuses on customers and supports its colleagues. Founded in 1923, the Group has in excess of 1400 staff operating from our Head Office in Derbyshire, regional offices in Birmingham, Manchester, Motherwell, Newark, Reading and Sunderland and from offices in the USA.

Peveril Securities Limited are part of the Bowmer & Kirkland Group and have their own residential development company ‘Peveril Homes’. For the financial year ended 31st August, group turnover was £678m, pre – tax profits £21.5m and cash balances were £170m, whilst net assets of the group increased to £246 million. Bowmer and Kirkland as you may know have an outstanding track record in the delivery of cross sector projects.

The Marshall group’s principal activities are commercial development and construction. The business employs around 220 people working on everything from major urban regeneration schemes to fitouts and refurbishments. Marshalls build operational facilities, distribution warehouses, retail parks, offices both in city centres and on business parks, residential property, city centre retail development, hotels and leisure uses such as cinemas, bars and restaurants.