The London Borough Report
Welcome to CBRE's annual Borough by Borough report, which is now in its eight year. This extensive report combines rigorous data research with our unique local market insight to outline the ebbs and flows of real estate across London.
Welcome to CBRE's annual Borough by Borough report, which is now in its eighth year. This extensive report combines rigorous data research with our unique local market insight to outline the ebbs and flows of real estate across London.
As always, our report focuses on those key pieces of information useful to existing and prospective property owners, or anyone who is looking to move in or to London. CBRE take into account public transport accessibility – based on TfL’s PTAL rating - and examines the quality of primary and secondary schools, as well as looking at the amount of open, green space in the area, and – of course – diving into key asking rent and yields, and average property prices over the last 5 years and predictions for the next 5.
Click on one of the statistics to see a borough-by-borough heatmap, or click on an individual borough on the map in order to view information specific to it.
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- Average House Price
- Average Rent, 2 Bed
- Average Yield
- Price Growth 5-year Forecast
- Rental Growth 5-year Forecast
- Proportion of Open Space
- Number of Stations
- Number of Outstanding Primary Schools
- Number of Outstanding Secondary Schools
- Number of Shops
- Average house price £516,285, an increase of 10% over the last 5 years
- Average house price is predicted to grow 19% over the next 5 years
- Average asking rent for a 2 bed flat is £1,791 per calendar month, an increase of 14% over the last 5 years
Average rents are predicted to grow 14% over the next 5 years
- There is a total of 14,755 restaurants and cafes, an average of 24.29 per square mile
- There is a total of 44,635 shops, an average of 73.48 per square mile
- 482 of the Capital's primary schools are ranked outstanding by OFSTED, equating to 27% of the total
- 173 of the Capital's secondary schools are ranked outstanding by OFSTED, equating to 36% of the total
39% of the Capital is considered open space
The Capital has a total of 638 public transport stations
- Average 2-bed yield is calculated by REalyse using median 2-bed asking rent and median 2-bed sales prices.
- Rental growth over the last five years is for all property (not 2-beds).
- All data is the latest available as of January 2022.
- PTAL – Transport for London's (TFL) Public Transport Accessibility Levels (PTALs) are a detailed and accurate measure of the accessibility of a point to the public transport network, taking into account walk access time and service availability. Each area is graded between 0 and 6b, where a score of 0 is very poor access to public transport, and 6b is excellent access to public transport.
- Average Price – ONS, October 2021
- Asking rent – Realyse, December 2021
- Yield – Realyse, December 2021
- House price and rental forecasts – CBRE Research
- Outstanding primary and secondary schools – OFSTED (December 2021)
- Number of cafes and restaurants – ONS (2020)
- Number of shops – ONS (2021)
- Open space – GiGL (2015)
- Number of stations – TfL (2015)
- PTAL – TfL (2015)