Lambeth

Revealed: London's top 10 prime property boroughs

We reveal the capital's top 10 most expensive boroughs in which to buy a home, according to latest Land Registry figures, highlighting the continued eastward spread of prime central London. Hackney - taking in areas such as Dalston, Hackney Wick, Shoreditch and Hoxton - recorded the biggest annual property price rise of the top 10 boroughs, up 10.7 per cent in the past year to £627,213. Southwark saw the steepest monthly rise, with the average cost of buying a home now reaching £559,910. But which borough now has average prices of nearly £1.35 million? In reverse order, starting with Lambeth, here are the capital's top 10 prime boroughs...

Revealed: London's top 10 prime boroughs

A new report reveals the top 10 most expensive boroughs to buy a home in London. And while there are no surprises at the top of the table, the list does highlight the continued eastward spread of prime central London. Hackney has recorded the steepest monthly rise in average house prices, thanks to a swathe of new-build luxury apartments and a surge in demand for the Victorian family houses close to Victoria Park. The south-east London borough of Lambeth has seen the biggest annual price rise of the top 10 districts, recording 15.2 per cent growth since March 2014. Starting from Lambeth in 10th position, we reveal the capital's top 10 prime boroughs...

Affordable Lambeth

Nestled snugly between Clapham and London Bridge, Lambeth is a great place for first-timers to find a bargain home