England house prices: how the cost of property has changed where you live

Tuesday, 16th January 2018, 4:14 pm
Updated Wednesday, 17th January 2018, 4:46 pm

England saw average house prices increase annually by 3.6% to reach £243,339, according to data from the Office for National Statistics.

By comparison, the average UK house price reached £226,071, an increase of 5.1% annually.

The area showing the largest annual growth in England was Cambridge, where house prices increased by 16.4% to reach £461,890 on average.

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In London, average house prices increased by 2.3% in the year to November (down from 3.3% in the year to October ).

Graphic: ONS

The UK regional breakdown:

Graphic: ONS

House prices by town/city:

Bristol: £275,558 / 6.2%Birmingham: £177,728 / 7.8%Blackpool: £109,621 / 6.8%Boston: £148,432 /Bradford: £134,185 / 1.4%Brighton and Hove: £360,673 / 5.1%Chichester: £387,573 / 8.0%Coventry: £178,768 / 9.3%Crawley: £280,971 / 2.7%Doncaster: £124,416 / 1.3%Eastbourne: £248,834 / 11.3%Harborough: £274,740 / 8.5%Harrogate: £285,350 / 5.2%Hartlepool: £108,253 / 2.9%Hastings: £206,342 / 7.4%Hull: £109,511 / 3.8%Lancaster: £149,317 / 0.0%Leeds: £174,625 / 3.8%Leicester: £162,937 / 7.2%Liverpool: £131,707 / 10.8%London: £729,134 / -10.9%Luton: £243,622 / 8.3%Manchester: £175,312 / 12.7%Mansfield: £130,013 / 8.4%Milton Keynes: £269,657 / 10.0%Newcastle upon Tyne: £156,594 / -0.8%Northampton: £207,903 / 8.7%Norwich: £199,491 / 3.4%Peterborough: £183,499 / 6.0%Plymouth: £177,167 / 7.8%Portsmouth: £206,329 / 6.8%Preston: £127,059 / 3.0%Rugby: £229,950 / 8.4%Scarborough: £159,361 / 5.0%Salford: £157,223 / 7.9%Sheffield: £160,974 / 8.1%Sunderland: £114,568 / 2.6%Wakefield: £143,160 / 4.0%Wigan: £127,198 / 1.6%York: £242,204 / 3.3%

The UK House Price Index (UK HPI) is calculated by the Office for National Statistics and Land & Property Services Northern Ireland.

Full data is available via the ONS.