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London is an amazing city, in fact we think it’s the best place in the world. The trouble is a lot of other people think exactly the same thing so finding a great place to live that you can afford can be tricky, even for an experienced Londoner. To make matters worse London has evolved organically over time into a patchwork quilt of villages each with their own distinct character. This means it’s vital to have detailed local information about the London rental market in order to find the perfect area for you. Read more

Where should I live?

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Area Profile
Area Comparison
Average Rental (2 bed, pw)
Change of 2 years
Average Council Tax (pa)
Approx. Time to Central London1
Crime Rate2
  1. 1Time to Central London has been calculated based on minutes to nearest terminus, either Bond Street, Victoria or Liverpool Street
  2. 2Crime is the number of reported crimes per 1000 people per year in the following categories: murder, wounding/GBH, assault with injury, common assault, offensive weapon, harassment, other violence, rape, robbery - personal and theft against a person
            = lowest
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Abbey Wood
Acton
Balham
Barking
Barkingside
Barnes
Barnet
Battersea
Beacontree
Beckenham
Belmont
Belvedere
Bermondsey
Berrylands
Bexley
Bexleyheath
Biggin Hill
Blackfen
Blackheath
Bow
Brentford
Brimsdown
Brixton
Brockley
Bromley
Camberwell
Camden Town
Canary Wharf
Canning Town
Carshalton
Catford
Chadwell Heath
Charlton
Chelsea
Chessington
Chingford
Chislehurst
Chiswick
City
Clapham
Clapton
Clayhall
Cockfosters
Colindale
Collier Row
Coombe
Coulsdon
Cricklewood
Croydon
Crystal Palace
Dagenham
  Dagenham East
Dalston
Dartford
Deptford
Dulwich Village
Ealing
Earls Court
East
Bedfont
East Dulwich
East Finchley
East
Ham
East Moseley
Edgware
Eltham
Emerson Park
Enfield
Enfield
Erith
  Erith Marshes
Feltham
Finchley
Finsbury Park
Forest Gate
Forest Hill
Friern Barnet
Fulham
Gants
Hill
Gidea
Park
Golders Green
Goodmayes
Greenford
Greenwich
Hackney
Hammersmith
Hampstead
Hampton
Hanwell
Harefield
Harold Wood
Harrow
Hayes
Heathrow
Hendon
Herne
Hill
Heston
Highbury
Highgate
Hornchurch
Hornsey
Hounslow
Hounslow West
Ickenham
Ilford
Isleworth
Islington
Kensington
Kentish Town
Kenton
Keston
Kew
Kilburn
& West Hampstead
Kingston
Knightsbridge
Lambeth
Lee
Lewisham
Leyton
Leytonstone
Lower Edmonton
Lower Holloway
Maida Vale
Manor Park
Marylebone
& West End
Mid Town
Mill Hill
Mitcham
Morden
Muswell Hill
New
Cross
New Malden
Nine Elms
North Cheam
North Finchley
North Kensington
Northolt
Northwood
Norwood
Green
Notting Hill
Orpington
Paddington
Palmers Green
Peckham
Penge
Petts Wood
Pinner
Plaistow
Purley
Putney
Rainham
Rayners Lane
Raynes
Park
Redbridge
Richmond Park
Rickmansworth
Romford
Ruislip
Rush Green
Sanderstead
Sheen
Shepherds Bush
Shoreditch & Bethnal Green
Sidcup
South Bexleyheath
South Norwood
South Tottenham
South Woodford
Southall
Southbank
Southgate
St Johns Wood
Stanmore
Stockley Park
Stoke Newington
Stratford
Streatham
Streatham Common
Surbiton
Sutton
Sydenham
Teddington
Thamesmead
Thornton Heath
Tooting
Tottenham
Totteridge
Twickenham
Upminister
Upper Edmonton
Upper Holloway
Upper Shirley
Uxbridge
Wallington
Walthamstow
Walton
Walworth
Wandsworth
Wapping
Welling
Wembley
Wembley Park
West Chelsea
West Drayton
West Ealing
  West Kensington
West Norwood
West Wickham
Westminster
Weybridge
Whitechapel
Whitton
Willesden Green
Wimbledon
Winchmore Hill
Wood Green
Woodford
Woolwich
Worcester Park
Yeading
 
 
 
 

Area Profile Data

Key to Average Weekly 2 Bed Rents
 
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