Londoners have predicted house prices in the borough of Kensington an Chelsea will rise more in the next five years than any other London borough, according to a new YouGov poll.
- Kensington and Chelsea - 44% put it in their top three, though it is already the most expensive, with an average house price of £1.5 million.
- Westminster - 35% of Londoners picked it, which saw the greatest rise in average house price, a staggering increase of 35.6% in 12 months.
Other boroughs fared less popular:
- The City of London - 29%
- Richmond upon Thames - 20%
- Hammersmith and Fulham and Kingston upon Thames - 10%
- Islington - 8%
- Wandsworth and Camden - 7%
- Greenwich - 6%
- Tower Hamlets - 5%
- Hackney and Southwark - 4%
- Harrow, Lambeth and Newham - 3%
And all other boroughs were below 2%.
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