I dieci indirizzi piu' costosi di Inghilterra sono ovviamente tutti a Londra. I risultati sono stati pubblicati da una ricerca fatta da Halifax, basandosi su prezzi al metro quadrato degli immobili.
Where are Britain’s top 10 most expensive places to live? In London, of course.According to a study by Halifax, the capital boasts Britain’s priciest postcodes.West London’s Kensington and Chelsea topped the list with just one square metre of property in the borough costing on average £12,000.This is nearly six times the national average of £2,033 per square metre.Halifax’s study is based on average house prices across and typical property sizes across 331 towns.Take a look at the 10 most expensive areas per square metre in Britain:1. Kensington and Chelsea, London, £11,6352. Westminster, London, £9,5713. Camden, London, £8,8294. Hammersmith and Fulham, London, £8,3065. Islington, London, £7,3996. Wandsworth, London, £6,7617. Richmond upon Thames, London, £6,2658. Hackney, London, £6,1969. Tower Hamlets, London, £5,98010. Southwark, London, £5,962