The UK House Price Index will be released today.
The figures from the Office of National Statistics are expected to show that house prices across the UK have risen.
Predictions are that the rate of growth in London will be shown to be below the national average.
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Experts have recommended extra powers over planning, tax and spending should be given to London to help ease the capital's housing crisis.
London is facing a housing crisis of unprecedented proportions brought about by a chronic under supply of new housing.
It needs urgently to be building far more houses of all types and tenures.
The London Housing Commission called for Whitehall to give greater control to the mayor of London and the city's boroughs in exchange for a commitment to dramatically increase the number of homes being built.
The commission found that current measures are delivering only 25,000 new homes a year - half what is needed to keep pace with London's growing population.
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