When over 3,000 people were moved from the Heygate Estate in South East London to make way for regeneration, housing campaigners regarded it as the latest example of a pocket of a major city being gentrified. This figure is among the statistics that designer Herwig Scherabon has visualised in attempting to give meaning to numbers which can often feel vague and difficult to g

6 striking infographics which give meaning to the numbers behind gentrification

The east London borough of Havering tops the list of boroughs with the fastest house price growth this year, with the average cost of buying rocketing by £40,000 over the past 12 months. An 11.4 per cent increase has taken prices to an average of £392,000. The borough, which is home to Romford, has hugely benefited from the 'Crossrail effect', with the new station set to open in its main town at the end of 2018.

Revealed: the 10 London boroughs with fastest-growing house prices

UK house prices: UK house prices up by in a year - with prices continuing to rise after Brexit vote

From yuppies to yummy mummies, and scumble glazing to polished concrete, it’s not only London’s skyline that has changed almost beyond recognition in the past 20 years. 1. HOUSE PRICES In 1996, London was just coming out of the recession-before-last. The average home cost £79,000. Today prices have jumped 518 per cent to an average £488,908.

How London's property market has been transformed in 20 years

The hottest property market outside London in 2015? Margate

The hottest property market outside London in 2015? Margate

Asking prices in the Kent seaside resort soared by more than in 2015 to reach an average of according to Rightmove

The other generation rent: meet the people flatsharing in their 40s

The other generation rent: meet the people flatsharing in their 40s

The other generation rent: meet the people flatsharing in their

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London house prices rise less than UK average for first time since 2008

Mortgage lending falls as nervous owners wait to see effect of Brexit

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House prices fall in London amid a general slowdown across the UK

House prices fall in London amid a general slowdown across the UK

House prices fell in London between September and October, as growth slowed across the country, pulled down by a lack of affordability and a general uncertainty in the market.

Rents in outside are rising faster outside London than in the capital for the first time since 2010

London's Generation Rent can breathe a sigh of relief as rents fall

Rents in outside are rising faster outside London than in the capital for the first time since 2010

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