18 May

Cross Rail

House prices along the Crossrail line have increased by 52pc since construction began in May 2009, outpacing the average house price growth in England during that time of 30pc.
The sharpest increases in property prices have been in Ealing, west London, and in Forest Gate, east London, which have seen growth of more than 60pc in the past seven years.
More than half of the 15 top-performing stops on the line are in zones three and four. The 'Elizabeth Line' is due to be fully operational in 2019.

“However with the new line extending as far as Reading in the west and Shenfield in the east it’s likely the property markets at the outer ends of the line will become very competitive as we get closer to the opening of the line.”

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