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David Fell
Research Analyst

David Fell, Research Analyst at Hamptons International says:

“As one of the first tube lines to be built, the Northern Line’s development has shaped the face of London. Once open, it tied swathes of suburban Middlesex and Surrey firmly to the Capital. And as London boomed during the late 1920s and 30s, much of the resulting housebuilding was centred on the Line’s northern and southern spurs. The first extension since the 1940s to Nine Elms and Battersea will again see the line play a pivotal role in connecting large numbers of new homes to the heart of the Capital.”


Top 5 - 12 month price growth

“The 20 miles the Northern Line covers between north and south London makes it a microcosm of the Capital’s housing market. Over the last year it’s tended to be stations in zones three and four which have seen prices rise fastest with the exception of regeneration hotspots in Zone One. Double digit price growth in Elephant & Castle and Tottenham Court Road have come on the back of substantial investment rather than rising house prices in Central London.”
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This research was featured in the Evening Standard, Wednesday 16th November.
To read the full article click here.

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