Renting in London: 1 bedroom homes

For a single person or a couple the step up in monthly rental from a studio to a 1 bedroom flat costs an additional £300. The median rental price in London for a 1 bedroom home is £1,155, more than double the median price for England of £525.

Rental 1 Bed

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 have prices in excess of £1,400 and there is a ring of inner London boroughs, from Hackney in the north east to Hammersmith in the west and Lambeth in the south where monthly rents are still above £1,200.

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Further out, prices are broadly the same in Barnet, Hounslow or Merton. Cheaper prices can be found in the south, in Sutton, Croydon and Bromley. But only Havering, Barking and Dagenham and Bexley offer a median rent below £800 a month for 1-bedroom properties.

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Religious Faith in London: Sikhs

Just over 1% of Londoners identify themselves as Sikhs, that’s around 100,000 people.

They are heavily concentrated in Hillingdon and Hounslow with significant numbers in Ealing as well. The Sikh community is highly focused on these 3 West London boroughs and there are no Sikhs registered as living in neighbouring  Hammersmith and Fulham.

On the opposite side of London Redbridge and Barking and Dagenham also have established Sikh communities.

Religions sikhs

The proportion of Sikhs in the capital has been largely unchanged for the past 10 years, according to the National Office for Statistics. In the same time there has been a growth in the number of people who say they have no belief but, as reported by Urbs, London is still the most religious region of Britain.

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Religious Faith in London: Christians

Religious Faith in London: Muslims

Religious Faith in London: Hindus

Religious Faith in London: Jews

Religious Faith in London: Buddhists

Religious Faith in London: Non-believers

Mapping Londoners: Born in India

Indian-born Londoners are the second largest group by place of birth after those born in England. There are 262,000 living in the capital.

More than 200,000 are to be found in Outer London, and predominantly in North West boroughs such Brent, Hounslow, Ealing and Harrow, as well as Newham and Redbridge in the East. Indian born Londoners are the biggest non-English-born group in 10 of the 33 boroughs and City of London.

Born India

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London is more diverse than the UN or Fifa