London Planning Authorities

Median House Price, end of December 1997

Median cost of market-sale housing, excluding sales below market value (eg. Right to Buy), sales below £1,000 and sales above £20m

1Kensington & Chelsea£225,000
2Westminster£160,950
3Camden£145,000
4Hammersmith & Fulham£136,000
Richmond-upon-Thames£136,000
6City of London£135,000
7Islington£118,875
8Wandsworth£108,000
9Barnet£100,000
10Tower Hamlets£95,000
11Kingston-upon-Thames£94,950
12Harrow£94,159
13Ealing£90,000
14Bromley£86,000
15Southwark£85,000
Lambeth£85,000
17Merton£84,950
18Brent£83,500
19Haringey£81,000
20Hounslow£80,000
21Hillingdon£79,925
22Enfield£78,000
23Hackney£76,998
24Redbridge£76,375
25Sutton£75,000
26Havering£74,000
27Croydon£71,000
Bexley£71,000
29Greenwich£66,000
30Lewisham£64,000
31Waltham Forest£62,000
32Newham£56,000
33Barking & Dagenham£53,500

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Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

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Sources

1) Average House Prices by Borough, Land Registry 2) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

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