The additional cost of living in London really begins to show in 2 bedroom homes. For families who need more than a single bedroom the median price in London is £1,400, that’s 135% above the median price for England.
Data from the Valuation Office Agency, the body that advises the government on property values, shows the highest prices in the capital are in Kensington and Chelsea, and Westminster, with the City close behind.
Camden and Islington are in the tier below with median rental around £1,900 a month followed by the ring of inner boroughs and Haringey.
As with smaller properties, median prices are lowest on the south and east edges of the capital.