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How can infrastructure affect house prices?

March 22, 2018

Market in Minutes: New Homes

There is a close link between infrastructure and price growth, with the government keen to support more development of new homes.

As people move into new areas, infrastructure is an important features in supporting the delivery of new homes. But infrastructure improvements can also help to attract people to new areas - fuelling demand for new homes.

This paper looks at this relationship in more detail, identifying areas which have already benefited as well as those likely to benefit in the future. These include markets within the commuter belt which are seeing increased demands from the migration of Londoners looking for more affordable homes and space.

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By Savills Research