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Exclusive research has revealed the districts where buyers on a budget can expect to pay least for a home.
There are deals to be found for those willing to make a bet on urban living returning
Continued disruption caused by Covid-19 is pushing young renters out of the capital to work or study from home outside the city centre.
But experts say price drop will tempt back buyers.
Once home to the Rolls-Royce headquarters, Buckingham Green brings a new tower of 64 sleek apartments with views of Big Ben and St James’s Park.
Eighteen one-bedroom flats are priced below £600,000 in the £2.3 billion regeneration project in Zone 1.
The Zone 1 renters’ favourite is reinventing itself as a central London hotspot for home buyers, with new foodie outlets and top schools.
Here's a new chance to get on the property ladder in this fast-changing Zone 1 district.
This Zone 1 spot’s time has come, with new flats behind classical façades, a £1bn retail overhaul and Crossrail on the way.
Expect property to be built into districts at the heart of London’s booming digital economy — including King's Cross, Battersea and Fitzrovia — over the next five years.
Prices start at £132,000 for a 30 per cent share of a one-bedroom flat at The Levers, a low-rise development where homes are set around a private courtyard garden. What's the area got to offer?
If you're willing to spend more time on the train, commuter towns and villages can offer savings of up to £480,000 on average property prices compared to central London, according to a new report.
New homes and workspaces are springing up in hipster central but the historic, edgy East End charm lives on.
First-time buyers see the potential in a district regenerating on a vast scale where they can walk to work in the City or West End.
New homes are springing up south of the river, in fast-changing locations along the trail blazed by delis and farmers' markets.
Ambitious plans to revive this south London district will bolster the ripple effects from neighbouring Nine Elms and Battersea.
Homes here range from grand white stucco houses to cheaper right-to-buy flats. When it's got to be Zone 1, this is the spot for riverside homes, great schools and a real central London buzz.
The historic legal quarter is transforming. The schools were already great but now there are new homes, shops and more restaurants to choose from than ever.
New research reveals where home buyers will find the best-value areas across London based on average property prices per square foot.
Loft living and new restaurants tempt young professionals to this fizzing central London village. And Crossrail is the bonus.
Currently undergoing a huge transformation, this central London location is set to rise from the ashes to become a lively residential area...
The Square Mile is more than just a business district with more than 8,000 residents living in the area - and the number is increasing...
Royalwatchers can now live within 110 yards of Buckingham Palace thanks to several new prestigious housing developments. Take a tour of the new homes in the SW1 postcode, where residents boast the Queen as a neighbour...