Ranked: House price growth in every London borough this year

 
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House price growth has been slowing over the past year (Source: Getty)

House price growth across the UK has nearly halved over the past 11 months, and a lot of that sluggish growth is coming from the capital.

Tax changes have hit the property market in many of the capital's central districts, such as Chelsea and Fulham, but there is still growth in the more affordable parts of London. So which boroughs will win out in 2017?

Read more: These are the three London areas where house prices fell in January

City A.M. has compiled the following predictions for average house prices in every London borough based on Hometrack's growth projections for the market in 2017. The results are striking - house prices may fall in six London boroughs, and if house prices continue on a downwards trajectory in Kensington and Chelsea, the average house price in this area could fall by more than £75,000.

Here is what to expect:

Borough January '17 January '18 Change (%) Change (£)
1 City of Westminster £986,400 £1,017,965 3.20% £31,565
2 Greenwich £379,400 £390,403 2.90% £11,003
3 Havering £354,000 £361,434 2.10% £7,434
4 Hillingdon £416,500 £424,830 2% £8,330
5 Bexley £338,200 £344,964 2% £6,764
6 Hackney £544,300 £554,642 1.90% £10,342
7 Ealing £490,200 £499,024 1.80% £8,824
8 Lambeth £546,900 £555,650 1.60% £8,750
9 Redbridge £425,300 £432,105 1.60% £6,805
10 Brent £502,600 £510,139 1.50% £7,539
11 Enfield £405,300 £411,380 1.50% £6,080
12 Hounslow £419,800 £425,257 1.30% £5,457
13 Bromley £459,000 £464,049 1.10% £5,049
14 Croydon £379,500 £383,295 1.00% £3,795
15 Southwark £501,200 £505,711 0.90% £4,511
16 Haringey £532,900 £536,630 0.70% £3,730
17 Harrow £487,400 £490,812 0.70% £3,412
18 Merton £520,000 £523,640 0.70% £3,640
19 Wandsworth £648,200 £652,737 0.70% £4,537
20 Camden £781,600 £786,290 0.60% £4,690
21 Kingston upon Thames £522,600 £525,736 0.60% £3,136
22 Tower Hamlets £477,300 £480,164 0.60% £2,864
23 Barking and Dagenham £279,600 £280,718 0.40% £1,118
24 Lewisham £420,400 £421,661 0.30% £1,261
25 Waltham Forest £439,900 £440,780 0.20% £880
26 Newham £353,600 £353,954 0.10% £354
27 Islington £644,200 £644,200 0.00% £0
28 Richmond upon Thames £720,500 £719,780 -0.10% -£721
29 Sutton £392,000 £391,216 -0.20% -£784
30 Barnet £560,000 £557,760 -0.40% -£2,240
31 Hammersmith and Fulham £765,600 £751,819 -1.80% -£13,781
32 City of London £781,000 £747,417 -4.30% -£33,583
33 Kensington and Chelsea £1,281,400 £1,205,797 -5.90% -£75,603

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