Please note this website was created for the 2015 General Election. Due to the lack of preparation time, we have not updated this website for the 2017 Election. Why?
Here's a look at how house prices have grown in 2013-2014. Cambridge came out top of the list, with a whopping 14.3% increase in the average cost of a property, closely followed by Brighton at 12.6% growth. Bottom of the list were Dundee and Bradford, which saw house prices contract slightly by 0.1%, the only two cities in our list to have seen a reduction in house prices.
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