Map London

Discover how London’s urban landscape is changing and how this will impact your business decisions

Demographics Connectivity Markets House Prices Chronology

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Demographics

London’s Population, Employment and Economy 

London’s population is expected to increase by around 100,000 each year to 2024. This interactive map shows where this expansion will be concentrated, along with employment projections and economic output.
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Markets

London office markets: the big picture

Rising population, rapid employment growth and growing confidence in the wider economy will help to stimulate London’s existing market clusters and the development of new markets. This interactive map shows the unique characteristics of some of London’s key markets, whether they are established, emerging or future. This interactive map shows the unique characteristics of some of London’s key markets, whether they are established, emerging or future.

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Chronology

A chronology of London landmarks and developments 

London is a dynamic city in constant evolution. This interactive map highlights a selection of major London landmarks and developments in chronological order: from the construction of St. Paul’s Cathedral (1675) to the 2012 Olympic Games and beyond.

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House Prices

London residential market: current and annual price change.

The London residential market varies greatly, from an inner core where average house prices reach £1m (Kensington and Chelsea), to more affordable averages (below £300k) in the outer boroughs.
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Connectivity

London’s connectivity 

London’s expanding population and economy needs world class infrastructure. This interactive map shows the extensive existing transport network as well as planned and prospective infrastructure projects which will support London’s future competitiveness.

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