JLL Residential

London Residential Heatmaps 2016

JLL maps residential prices and rents across London

By Neil Chegwidden

Residential prices, rents and yields vary hugely across London. Visualising the vagaries is very useful.

To this end, JLL Residential has teamed up with Rightmove to create some informative heatmaps of London’s residential market. So now it is easy to see where prices and rents are most expensive, where they are most affordable, and so on.

There are ten maps, five covering Greater London and five more detailed maps looking at Inner London. The maps consider sales prices, sales prices per square foot (psf), rental prices (pcm), rental prices psf and gross yields. 

The data covers the second half of 2015 (H2 2015) for one bedroom flats. The averages are for all listings so primarily cover the second-hand housing market.

Unsurprisingly, the most expensive parts of London are around Knightsbridge, Kensington, Chelsea, Mayfair and Marylebone but there are some relatively new areas pushing up the value curve such as the City, the South Bank, Nine Elms and parts of East London.