London Planning Authorities

Increase in Median Monthly Rental, 2011 - 2019

Percentage change in median monthly rents, all categories, for period between 12 months to Q2 2011 to 12 months to Q1 2019.

1Newham60.73%
2Haringey58.16%
3Greenwich55.88%
4Kingston-upon-Thames52.94%
5Richmond-upon-Thames52.38%
6Lewisham50.18%
7Barking & Dagenham50.00%
8Hackney49.13%
9Waltham Forest48.00%
10Redbridge47.06%
11Bexley41.94%
12Merton40.00%
Bromley40.00%
14Lambeth39.37%
15Sutton39.24%
16Ealing37.50%
Havering37.50%
18Enfield36.66%
19Barnet36.50%
20Brent35.75%
21Harrow35.00%
22City of London34.18%
23Croydon33.33%
Hounslow33.33%
Hillingdon33.33%
26Hammersmith & Fulham32.24%
27Camden31.84%
28Southwark30.34%
29Wandsworth29.11%
30Islington29.04%
31Tower Hamlets28.87%
32Westminster19.30%
33Kensington & Chelsea17.93%

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).

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Median Monthly Rental, 2019