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Latest annual house prices, by London borough

Properties in Lambeth and Lewisham saw the largest annual price increases Photo: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

Annual figures from the Land Registry show London saw the greatest increase in house prices in the country in the last 12 months with a whopping 22% increase.

There was a 28.9% increase in house prices in Lambeth in the last 12 months - the greatest in London Credit: Jonathan Brady/PA Archive

In the capital the largest annual rises were in two south London boroughs: properties in Lambeth and Lewisham saw price increases of 28.9% and 28.3% respectively - while Harrow saw the smallest annual change, with a 9.6% increase.

Find out the average house price and annual change in your borough below:

London house prices increased by an average 21.6% Credit: Myung Jung Kim/PA Archive
  • Barking and Dagenham - up: 19.5% - average price: £256,556
  • Barnet - up: 16.1% - average price: £435,509
  • Bexley - up: 14.3% - average price: £265,702
  • Brent - up: 14.9% - average price: £407,079
  • Bromley - up: 19.4% - average price: £364,758
  • Camden - up: 20.5% - average price: £823,074
  • City of Westminster - up: 18.5% - average price: £969,216
  • Croydon - up: 21.4% - average price: £308,647
  • Ealing - up: 20.0% - average price: £431,034
  • Enfield - up: 15.2% - average price: £308,014
  • Greenwich - up: 18.6% - average price: £336,911
  • Hackney - up: 21.1% - average price: £575,476
  • Hammersmith and Fulham - up: 25.1% - average price: £784,034
  • Haringey - up: 23.3% - average price: £486,144
  • Harrow - up: 9.6% - average price: £345,407
  • Havering - up: 13.1% - average price: £291,822
  • Hillingdon - up: 14.5% - average price: £309,711
  • Hounslow - up: 11.2% - average price: £344,715
  • Islington - up: 21.0% - average price: £648,290
  • Kensington and Chelsea - up: 19.7% - average price: £1,380,279
  • Kingston upon Thames - up: 18.1% - average price: £402,289
  • Lambeth - up: 28.9% - average price: £526,005
  • Lewisham - up: 28.3% - average price: £377,664
  • Merton - up: 22.9% - average price: £456,599
  • Newham - up: 21% - average price: £273,874
  • Redbridge - up: 11.1% - average price: £332,906
  • Richmond upon Thames - up: 21.8% - average price: £623,042
  • Southwark - up: 25.8% - average price: £531,952
  • Sutton - up: 15.1% - average price: £299,119
  • Tower Hamlets - up: 21.2% - average price: £457,074
  • Waltham Forest - up: 26.2% - average price: £344,037
  • Wandsworth - up: 24.7% - average price: £576,826

“As far as the Land Registry is concerned, the London property market shows no signs of slowing. Prices rose 2.7% in August and 21.6% over the year, giving an average property price of £476,000.

While there may be a slowdown in the £2m-plus market regarding concerns about a mansion tax if Labour win the general election, the mainstream market motors along with borrowers taking advantage of cheap mortgage rates and an improving economy, which brings better job security.”

– Mark Harris, Chief Executive of mortgage broker SPF Private Clients