Property in four London boroughs now have an average asking price of over £1million.
£1,602,980 - City of Westminster saw an increase of 11.9% in October
£2,410,474 - Property in Kensington and Chelsea rose by 11.8%
£1,092,840 - A house in Hammersmith and Fulham has gone up by 11.8%
£1,014,457 - Camden has seen a relatively modest rise of 4.4%
More top news
The average increase across the capital is 9.2% this year - with areas in the east and south of the city up by 15-16%.
The University of South Wales opened a centre in the Docklands in London, but has attracted no students and has been forced to close.
Mark Howell had his membership cancelled after a women who rented one of his rooms gave him a massage, according to reports.