- 2639 individual responses by email and letter (over 2000 from QPR fans)- 1200 comments at workshops and drop-in sessions
- 28000 web views from 6000 visitors, generating 200 comments
- 80 tweets

Open in new window/tab: 1) Watch the Movie
2) Read the Documents 3) The Consultation Sessions and Web Site
See borough responses: 1) Hammersmith & Fulham 2) Ealing 3) Brent


The Guardian: "London's soaring house prices make a long commute a little more attractive"

Link to web site

"London property prices are racing away from the rest of the country at such speed that an hour-long train journey to the office saves workers in the capital an average of £380,000 on the price of a home.

"Moving to one of 21 towns within an hour's commute of London can cut the cost of buying a property to an average of £260,000, according to research by Lloyds Banking Group, compared with £641,000 in London transport zones 1 and 2. That price difference more than offsets the typical £5,000-a-year cost of a season ticket.

"The most cost-effective commuter town is Wellingborough in Northamptonshire, where homes sell for an average of £150,000 – the price of a studio flat on Holloway Road in north London or a garage in Knightsbridge. The town is 45 minutes from St Pancras on East Midlands Trains, at a cost of £6,548 a year, and boasts good road links for workers who want to get to work by car."

No comments:

Post a Comment

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...