Booming Middlesex

The latest Land Registry Report (table on page 11) shows that house price inflation has caught up with  the semi detatched suburbs but slowed or gone into reverse in Camden, Westminster, Kensington and Hammersmith and Fulham. Hillingdon had the biggest annual increase — 14.6 % — and Barnet the biggest monthly rise of 2.6%. In July 2015 the average price of a home in former Middlesex was around £400,000, whereas in the former London County Council boroughs it was £650,000.

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