The luxurious city of London has seen its housing prices slow down to crawl making it the third slowest mover on the growth index. This includes some the wealthiest parts of London and primarily within the central London market; more affordable housing and marylebone escorts in London has seen a much more dramatic increase.

At one time not so long ago the most expensive properties in London supported a struggling housing market but that was in 2009. Now in 2015 the overall changes look rather suprising. If you look at the higher valued properties in London you will discover that there has only been a 1.6pc rise in value over the last 12 months; when compared to 86pc across the prime London values since 2009. The only lower growth in the whole of the country was Dundee as 0.1pc and Sunderland at 0.7.

The areas of Kensington, Hampstead, Belgravia and Knightsbridge have an average price of 1,044,250 which is simply fantastic and actually 55pc high than London’s housing price peak in 2007. The slow rise of the last 12 months comes as no surprise as overall the rate has stayed very high. This certainly in a contrast with the rest of the country as many districts have actually seen lower prices since 2007.

The rise in housing prices seems to be exclusively for the ‘cheapest parts of London’. The top ten growth rates within London have almost been exclusively for the south of London; Luton and Oxford were the only two places which have risen higher than 12pc in the last 12 months.