The Barking and Dagenham borough is the most connected in East London, thanks to the availability of outstanding links to the central part of the city, alongside the Crossrail stops and the London Overground, which stops at Barking Riverside.
There are 685 retail stores, 110 restaurants & cafes, 25 parks and 6 'Outstanding' schools within the area. The house prices in Barking and Dagenham averages at GBP 336,00, with a 6% ROI.
Westminster houses a high concentration of London's most famous landmarks and architecture. That being said, there are 11,000+ listed structures of special architectural or historic interest in this area alone. Owing to its prime position with the City to the east and Kensington and Chelsea to the west, Westminster is one of the costliest for accomodation in the city.
This neighbourhood is the center of UK politics and a thriving tourist hub, as Big Ben, the London Eye and the Houses of Parliament are all located here. The cost of homes here amounts to GBP 1,004,000 on average, with a yield of 4%.
Hillingdon is the second largest and most western borough in London. When residing here, you can take advantage of swift connections to various weekend destinations across Europe, as this area is home to Heathrow Airport.
Among other benefits of Hillingdon are several new large waterways, which link the borough to the rest of London. The house value here is set at GBP 448,000 on average, while the ROI is as high as 4%.