It may be stating the obvious to say that residential properties in prime central London (PCL) locations are expensive, but there is evidence to prove that the pace of appreciation is far from consistent. In 2013, for example, property values in W14, the West Kensington area, grew by 15.1 per cent, while in NW1, from Regents Park in the south to Camden in the north, average values rose by a more modest 3.2 per cent.
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