According to figures from Lloyds Bank, London house prices
have grown at twice the pace of England and Wales over the past two decades. Back in 1996, the price of a home in London stood at £105,267 - 47 percent higher than the rest of the country. By the end of 2016, the average price shot up to a whopping £578,381. The infographic below uses data from rightmove.co.uk
and shows the most expensive boroughs to purchase a home in London.