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Bond Street is the most expensive street in Europe with annual rents of £838 per square foot a year, according to research by property adviser Colliers International.
The average London house price is expected to exceed £700,000 by 2020.
East London is the coolest part of London, according to Savills.
Asking prices are rising more than 7% a MONTH in some London boroughs.
South London seems to be the new sought-after area with prices in two London boroughs going up by nearly a third.
New proposals from Labour and the Lib Dems to levy a 1% charge on all properties worth more than £2m would see London home owners paying 90% of the £1.2bn bill.
Iconic architects Frank Gehry and Norman Foster have revealed designs for the next phase of development at Battersea Power Station.
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For years prime central London property has been likened to gold dust attracting rich tycoons with gazillions buying up property in Mayfair, Belgravia, Chelsea and Kensington.
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