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Office rents and rates in London and the main provincial centres in Great Britain,1973 - 1979
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In England, private rentals grew by %, Wales saw growth of % while Scotland saw rents increase by %, according to the data published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS). The index also show that in the private rented sector in London rent grew by %, some % below the British 12 month growth rate and the lowest annual. An account of the work-houses in Great Britain, in the year M,DCC,XXXII. Shewing their original, number, and the particular management of them at the above period Published: , London Format: Pamphlet Language: English Usage terms Public Domain Held by British Library Shelfmark: C.T(1.) Full catalogue details.
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Trends in Office Rents in the City of London: Abstract This paper details the construction and analysis of a dataset of office lettings, which is used to produce a rent index for the City of London spanning the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It advances prior.
The month growth rate of private rental prices paid by tenants in Great Britain in June was %, unchanged since April Rental prices for Great Britain excluding London increased by % in the 12 months to Juneunchanged since January (Figure 1). Rental prices for Great Britain excluding London increased by % in the 12 months to Aprilunchanged since January (Figure 1).
The growth rate for London (%) in the 12 months to April was percentage point below that of Great Britain, down from % in March Between December and December Great Britain private rental prices grew by %. For example, a property that was rented for £ a month in Decemberwhich saw its rent increase by the Great Britain average rate would be rented for £ in December London rents now a record pc higher than rest of UK Rents in the capital rose pc in the year to October, compared with a pc rise across the UK.
Main points. Private rental prices paid by tenants in Great Britain rose by % in the 12 months to September Private rental prices grew by % in England, % in Scotland and % in Wales in the 12 months to September Rental prices increased in all the English regions over the year to September Rental prices for Great Britain excluding London increased by % in the 12 months to Novemberdown from % in October (Figure 1).
The growth rate for London (%) in the 12 months to November was percentage points below that of Great Britain. This is the lowest annual growth in London since October Rental prices for Great Britain excluding London increased by % in the 12 months to Januarydown from % in December (Figure 1).
The growth rate for London (%) in the 12 months to January was percentage points below that of Great Britain. This is the lowest annual growth in London since Octoberwhen it was also.
The month growth rate of private rental prices paid by tenants in Great Britain fell slightly in January to %, from % in December Rental prices for Great Britain excluding London increased by % in the 12 months to January, unchanged compared with December (Figure 2).
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The Index of Private Housing Rental Prices (IPHRP) measures the change in price of renting residential property from private landlords. The index is published as a series of price indices covering Great Britain, its constituent countries and the English regions.
All data presented are non-seasonally adjusted. Index of Private Housing Rental Prices, Great Britain: April The sources of private rental prices are Valuation Office Agency (VOA), Scottish Government The growth rate for London (%) in the 12 months to April was percentage point below that of Great.
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With offices in Hong Kong and London, our expert team provide a comprehensive service. Figure 4: Index of Private Housing Rental Prices indices for Great Britain and its constituent countries, January to May Index values Source: Office for National Statistics 5.
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