A recent poll of Londoners commissioned by the charity revealed that almost half (49%) of London renters say that they receive poor or very poor value for money from renting from letting agents or private landlords in the capital.
Londoners are also among the unhappiest renters in the country, with a third (33%) of London renters worry about their contract being ended before they are able to move out, and 43% saying they don't think of their rented house as a home.
Below is a list of the capital's top 10 most unaffordable boroughs to rent in, according to a recent survey.
- Kensington and Chelsea
- Hammersmith and Fulham
- Tower Hamlets
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