Where does the London rents map come from?
The Office for National Statistics (ONS) data used to produce the London Rents Map is based on market rents from private rented sector lettings by the Valuation Office Agency. Landlords, agents and tenants across England contribute this information.
How to find the boroughs of Greater London?
This Greater London Authority Boroughs Wall Map shows the London boroughs within the Greater London Authority including detailed postcode district boundaries and labels (UB1) on a comprehensive background. This is perfect for determining the postcode boundaries within the Greater London Authority or vice versa.
Where can I find the average rent in London?
The London Rents Map shows average monthly private sector rents for different types of home across London. Search the Rents Map by entering a location and a property type in the box below. The data on average rents is given at postcode district level (SW19 or E7, for example), and is based on a sample covering the last 12 months.
When to use Greater London Authority postcode districts?
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Where can I rent an apartment in London?
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How big of a house can I rent in London?
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How is rent data used in London City Hall?
The data covers the last 12 months, which tracks trends in rent while smoothing out short-term fluctuations. As the data covers the most recent 12 months available and is based on a sample of private lettings it should only be interpreted as indicative of rental market patterns across London rather than a precise predictor of the current market.