A look at the house prices and average wages in your region.
New figures show 60% of people in Islington have never been married, as the UK's unmarried population rises to more than a third.
Buying your own home in the area where you currently live is beyond the reach of half the people in Britain.
Vince Cable, the Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills, will join ITV News Political Editor Tom Bradby on The Agenda tonight.
Also on the panel will be the children's author Michael Morpurgo, the novelist and columnist Allison Pearson and the actress and writer Emma Kennedy.
They will be discussing bad behaviour in schools, the housing crisis and ageism.
The Agenda with Tom Bradby is on ITV tonight at 10:35pm.
Nick Clegg is expected to announce the Government is "ready and willing" to listen to radical alternatives in order to build three garden cities, as the Coalition try to end the housing crisis.
The Deputy Prime Minister will say the Government is open to ideas like "removing barriers to acquiring land or attracting private finance," at his monthly press conference held later today.
– Nick Clegg
I also expect some areas will want to innovate in ways which we have not anticipated, so we are ready and willing to consider any other ways government can support the delivery of garden cities, for example by removing barriers to acquiring land or attracting private finance.
I'm clear that local communities developing new garden cities is an essential part of the solution to providing affordable homes to live in, building a stronger economy and a fairer society, where every person can get on in life.
Up to three new garden cities with at least 15,000 homes each will be built to tackle Britain's chronic housing shortage, Nick Clegg will say today.
The Deputy Prime Minister will issue a "call to arms for visionaries" to put forward radical plans to help first time buyers onto the housing market as he announces the publication of a prospectus inviting bids from councils.
The Lib Dem leader is expected to announce £2.4bn in funding from an existing pot which will be made available for housing developments up until 2020.
Officials were keen to stress that the new cities would not be imposed on communities and must have local support and full backing from councils.
The winning locations will be commercially viable and have good transport links.
House sales have climbed to their highest levels in six years as the market shows increasing signs of life across the country, warn the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors.
The RICS also believes it will become much harder for people to get onto the property ladder unless more houses are built.
House sales have climbed to their highest levels in six years as the market shows increasing signs of life across the country.
ITV News Business Editor Joel Hills has tweeted:
Scotiabank has looked at RICS survey and calculates "consistent with 15% year on year house price inflation".
A six-year high in house sales across Britain shows the "market has turned a corner", the Housing Minister said.
– Housing Minister Kris Hopkins
Today's figures from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors clearly show that the housing market has turned a corner, and are another indication of the economic recovery.
He added: "Leading developers have pledged to build more as a direct result of this increased demand, and we've already delivered 420,000 new homes since 2010, including 170,000 new affordable homes."
The mismatch between the lack of homes and increasing demand from would-be-buyers remains a "major concern" and is continuing to push prices even higher, surveyors warned.
Simon Rubinsohn, chief economist at the Royal Institution for Chartered Surveyors, said the UK "desperately needs more homes" in a bid to satisfy the demand from buyers.
He said: "Now that the housing market recovery is well and truly under way and mortgage finance is more readily available, buyers seem to be looking to test the market right across the country, not just in the usual hotspots of the South East.
"That said, it is a major concern that we are not seeing enough houses coming on to the market. For the market to operate effectively, we desperately need more homes in areas where people want to buy and want to live.
"Until this happens we're likely to see prices continue to increase and it is going to be ever harder for many first-time buyers to conceive of ever owning their own home."
The housing market continues to show increasing signs of life across the UK with sales climbing to their highest levels in six years, surveyors have reported.
An average of nearly 23 homes have been sold by surveyors during the three months to March, marking the highest amount since before the economic crisis in February 2008, the report from the Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (Rics) said.
All regions across the UK saw buyer inquiries increase last month apart from Wales where new interest was static after strong growth in previous months, the report said.
However, despite increased buying activity, the anticipated spring bounce - which sees more people putting their homes up for sale - "failed to materialise".
A "significant housing bubble" in London is a cause for concern, a British bank boss has warned.
In a wide-ranging interview with ITV News' Business Editor Joel Hills, Aldermore CEO Phillip Monks adds, however, that there's not a lot that can be done about spiralling prices in the capital.
"You can go to the ports and close the borders but I don't think that's going to help," he said.
"I don't think it is possible to dampen housing demand in London without wrecking the rest of the UK housing market."
The number of new houses being built in England "continues to lag far behind" pre-financial crisis levels, according to Nationwide.
The supply of houses is around 40% lower than before the 2008 crisis and that combined with strong interest from overseas investors and a fresh stream of first-time buyers into the market thanks to Help to Buy have been helping to increase property prices - particularly in the capital.