This is how many homes London needs to cope with rising population over next 25 years

Jack Peat - 20 September 2018

London will need an extra 844,000 new homes in order to house its rising population over the next 25 years.

Official figures show the number of homes in the capital will need to rise by a quarter by 2041 if current trends continue, bringing the new total to 4.3 million households.

Tower Hamlets, Barking and Dagenham are likely to be the boroughs that will shoulder the lion’s share of the growth, with Hackney also in for a 35 per cent rise in residential properties.... See more

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