UK Housing Market and the Electorate

On May 7th, UK voters will go to the polls to decide who they want to form the next Government, and Housing is one of the key issues at the centre of the main political parties' manifestos. has conducted an in-depth study of house prices in the 650 UK parliamentary constituencies, to see how house prices have fared since the last General Election in 2010.

Some areas have performed better than others, but which? And which political constituencies have enjoyed a housing boom while others have seen no house price growth at all?

UK overview


    UK (excluding London)

      Region overview

      Check out the average house prices in your local constituency and how prices have fared since the last General Election.

        Constituency Political party holding seat Current average property value Average price five years ago (last General Election) Price change % Change


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