Mapped: Average house prices in London boroughs and how they've changed over the past year

Rebecca Smith
The average property in the capital has dropped 1.5 per cent in value on last year
The average property in the capital has dropped 1.5 per cent in value on last year (Source: Getty)

While some London boroughs - notably Kensington and Chelsea - have reported house prices continuing to sure over the past year, others have undergone more muted growth, and some have posted significant dips.

According to Your Move's latest England & Wales House Price Index, Kensington and Chelsea prices have risen by 30 per cent over the year.

Overall, prices in London fell for the third month in a row in February, dipping by 0.7 per cent to have the average property in the capital worth £602,539, down 1.5 per cent on last year.

Read more: House prices in London’s most expensive borough have surged 30 per cent

Here's the average house price across different London boroughs as of February 2018:

(Source: Your Move)

Price falls aren't concentrated in the most expensive boroughs, with the top 11 of the capital's 33 boroughs posting the smallest fall over the 12 months to March - down 0.2 per cent, compared to a four per cent fall among mid-priced boroughs, and 0.3 per cent in the cheapest 11.

That has though, been fuelled by the 30.7 per cent spike in the average price in Kensington and Chelsea, which was driven by seven high value property sales.

Some other high-end areas have recorded chunky drops, with a 15.9 per cent fall in prices in Wandsworth, a 14.7 per cent dip in Richmond upon Thames and an 11.4 per cent slump in the City of London.

London boroughs ranked by house price Annual change Feb 18 price

1. Kensington and Chelsea

2. City of Westminster

3. Camden

4. Hammersmith and Fulham

5. City of London

6. Richmond upon Thames

7. Islington

8. Wandsworth

9. Haringey

10. Hackney

11. Merton

12. Barnet

13. Lambeth

14. Southwark

15. Brent

30.7 per cent

-2.5 per cent

1.3 per cent

-1.2 per cent

-11.4 per cent

-14.7 per cent

-5.9 per cent

-15.9 per cent

-0.4 per cent

1.7 per cent

-0.4 per cent

-6.4 per cent

0.3 per cent

-14.2 per cent

0.8 per cent
















Your Move said that cheaper property in London has remained "more robust", with the 11 lowest priced areas accounting for almost half the 11 boroughs to still report increases in the past year. That includes the two cheapest - Bexley, and Barking and Dagenham, with price rises of 3.4 per cent and 3.3 per cent respectively.

The 12th cheapest borough Redbridge was the strongest grower after Kensington and Chelsea, with prices up 6.2 per cent.

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