The capital has one of the highest rents in the country, according to new data from the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

The average rent for a one-bedroom apartment in central London is £1,600.

It is also the highest in the UK, according the ONS, which publishes the data every three years.

The average price for a two-bedroom property is £3,700, according TOI.

And the average price of a three-bedroom flat is £2,900.

The ONS figures were compiled for the year ending March 2017.

But they show a sharp rise in London rents, which have increased by 5% in just a year.

The number of properties listed for rent in London jumped from a mere 3,000 in the first quarter of the year to 9,000 this year.

That is an increase of nearly 50% from the year before.

The latest ONS data is a snapshot of the average prices of the properties in London for a single person of working age.

It excludes the value of any discounts or extras, so it does not show the total price of the property.

Property agents have warned that the price increases are set to become even more pronounced in the coming years.

“The rise is due to many factors and the real estate market is still in transition,” said David Hill, the president of UK property brokerage Realtors.

“It’s going to be a long time before the price increase has stopped,” he added.

There is an average rent of £1.15 per square metre (sqm) in London and it is also one of only a few cities in the world where a one bedroom flat costs more than the average rent in the capital.

For those living on lower incomes, the average rents in London are more than double those in most other UK cities.

The rise is set to continue Despite the surge in prices, many people who live in London have not experienced the same soaring rent increases.

The capital also has one the lowest mortgage repayments rates in the nation, with the average monthly payment being just £6.75.

And although London has the lowest cost of living in the whole of the UK and is often considered the capital of British culture, it also has the highest number of property tax arrears.

But it is not all bad news for those living in London.

Some of the most expensive properties in the city are being sold.

The city’s main tower block is to be redeveloped and a luxury hotel is being built.

But there are also some properties that are being auctioned off.

Some are owned by the government, which is putting up money to pay for a new road.

But the city is also considering selling the historic Tower of London, which once housed the Royal Mint.

It would be the second time in as many years that the government has put up money for a major infrastructure project in London, after the regeneration of London Bridge.

And it comes after the government announced plans to demolish the entire Old City of London for its own purposes.

However, some experts say that the biggest issue for the capital is that people will continue to live in a constant state of rent inflation.

“We are already seeing the effect of rent rises, particularly in London,” said Dr Andrew Gorman, a London-based housing economist at Oxford Brookes University.

“People will be paying more to live, but not being able to afford to pay more.”

But the government says it is trying to tackle the problem.

“London is a city with a population of around 20 million people, but the number of people living there is still rising,” said a spokesperson for the Mayor of London.

Property prices are set To the dismay of some in the property market, prices in London were set to increase for the first time since April, according a report by property website Property Intelligence. “

However, we have to continue to tackle this issue to reduce homelessness and homelessness will continue until the housing crisis is addressed.”

Property prices are set To the dismay of some in the property market, prices in London were set to increase for the first time since April, according a report by property website Property Intelligence.

The site said the average house price in London was set to rise by 7.5% over the coming three years, but prices will not increase as quickly in some of the priciest parts of the capital because the government is giving the go-ahead to demolitions.

However many people are not yet ready to give up on their dream of owning their own home.

“I’m definitely not going to move back in,” said Anna, a 34-year-old freelance journalist.

“That’s what my parents would have wanted, I mean they could afford it.”

However, Anna has not given up on her dream of buying a home and is currently looking for an apartment.

“There are so many houses in London I’ve seen on the internet but I haven’t had the chance to actually rent one,” she said.

“But I do have a friend who lives nearby and he told