London Planning Authorities

Median Monthly Rental, 2019

12 months to Q1 2019

1Kensington & Chelsea£2,427
2Westminster£2,275
3City of London£2,210
4Camden£2,000
5Islington£1,733
6Hackney£1,712
7Hammersmith & Fulham£1,690
8Wandsworth£1,650
9Tower Hamlets£1,647
10Lambeth£1,600
Richmond-upon-Thames£1,600
12Southwark£1,525
13Brent£1,500
14Haringey£1,425
15Newham£1,400
Merton£1,400
17Ealing£1,375
18Barnet£1,365
19Harrow£1,350
20Greenwich£1,325
21Hounslow£1,300
Kingston-upon-Thames£1,300
23Waltham Forest£1,295
24Lewisham£1,275
Enfield£1,275
26Redbridge£1,250
27Bromley£1,225
28Barking & Dagenham£1,200
Hillingdon£1,200
30Croydon£1,100
Havering£1,100
Bexley£1,100
Sutton£1,100

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) "Average Private Rents, Borough", Valuation Office Agency, 2019 2) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA).

Related

Increase in Median Monthly Rental, 2011 - 2019