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Martin Stabe

The graphic can be seen on the FT site here.


Thanks Martin. I've added the link above. I made the (incorrect) assumption that the articles are all behind a paywall.

Ed Hollox

I agree, this is nice, and I also agree that a "normalised" figure for value would be better, such as pounds per square feet (or square metre since this is Europe). However, that is a figure that is not recorded by the Land Registry - unlike in New York prices of apartments (flats) are not often quoted in price per area, and houses never quoted in price per area. So I suspect that is the reason why.

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