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11/01/2017 - Mapped: Which London neighbourhoods have seen the biggest house prices rise since the crash?

Property prices in south and east London have boomed since the last downturn, growing faster than anywhere else in the capital.

Herne Hill, a neighbourhood in south London near Brixton, which is known for its large park and lido, has had the highest growth in the country since the peak. New research by Knight Frank has found that property there has increased in value by 59.8pc since the first quarter of 2008, and the average home is worth £728,154.

Other postcodes where house prices have soared since the downturn include Homerton and Walthamstow in east London, and Brockley and Peckham in south London. 

The map below shows the areas in dark blue which have bounced back the most since the previous peak.

 
House prices across London are far higher than they were at the previous peak; in eight of the top 10 performing postcode districts in the capital, house prices have risen by more than 50pc since their previous market peaks. 

Tom Bill, head of London residential research at Knight Frank, said: “It may surprise some to know that house prices in parts of south-east London have grown by more than prime central London since 2008.

Post-crash hotspots: the areas of London that have rebounded the most since the previous peak

Postcode

District

Price Growth %

SE24

Herne Hill

59.8

E9

Homerton

57.8

N16

Stoke Newington

55.8

E17

Walthamstow

54.8

SE4

Brockley

55

SE15

Peckham

53

E5

Clapton

52

E8

Hackney

50

N15

South Tottenham

50

E10

Leyton

49

Land Registry Knight Frank

"While the safe haven appeal of prime central London meant prices grew strongly after the financial crisis, the regulatory landscape has since got tougher and growth of 32.7pc is exceeded by areas that include Herne Hill and Brockley.

"It is a similar story in other more affordable areas of east and north London, where strong demand has rippled outwards and, in many cases, driven a wider regeneration story.”

New website OneDome has created a mapping tool to help capital's house hunters who turn their sights further south and east to seek more affordability and space, by finding out more about a neighbourhood before moving there.

Enter any London postcode in the interactive widget below and it will reveal a wealth of data about that area, including crime statistics, proximity to amenities such as green spaces, supermarkets and schools, and how well connected it is.

Source: www.telegraph.co.uk 11/01/2017