These figures show the average price of a house in London from 1986, when the average property in the capital cost £55,000.
A decrease in asking prices has led experts to suggest the capital's soaring property market may be at its peak.
London has more sterling billionaires than any other city in the world
#capitalcrisis what about those of us working for as little as £17,000 per annum? Surely you can see we are in a dire position.
#capitalcrisis The slums of the 50's & 60's in the East End are now millionaires row! Who can afford to live there now? Only the rich!
I'd love to live on the river in Putney. Can't afford it. I live in a cheaper area. You can't always get what you want. #capitalcrisis
It'd be nice to hear talk of garden cities for the north too but job creation is more important. Less London-centric policy. #capitalcrisis
#capitalcrisis we have on average 2.700 empty homes in each borough .peopleb4profit Councillors will take back 2 use 4 local homes need
#capitalcrisis Affordable housing?! Affordable by who? Not by anyone on minimum wage! They have no chance of saving for a deposit!
Successive governments messed up social housing, right to buy was mismanaged, miles from the original social housing idea... #capitalcrisis
#capitalcrisis building more flats/houses in londons locale, will not solve crisis. Doctors schools needed first.
Most young people like me have a flat&can't afford it and whys that? Because of the lack of jobs no wonder people are moving #capitalcrisis
You will never house everybody in London if you continue to let the population of the capital rapidly increase... #CapitalCrisis.
ITV.#capitalcrisis. The Housing Crisis. Help the social sector. Key workers being forced out of London. Urgency needed. Lack of supply.
@itvlondon We need to build more social housing & less private housing!!!