This page provides constituency-level data on house prices, showing the quarterly trend in the median house price since 1995. Data is currently available for England and Wales only.
The data shows the median price paid for properties in the twelve months to the date shown. It does not adjust for changes in the mix of properties sold in different periods.
We also provide an indicator of the affordability of house prices in each area: the house price to salary ratio. This compares the median house price in the constituency with the median salary for full-time employees.
On this page:
Use the dropdown menu below to select the constituency you’re interested in and see key statistics.
Use the dropdown menu below to select the constituencies you want to compare.
The median is the point at which half of house prices in the data are higher and half are lower.
The median house price is for the rolling year to the end of the month specified.
The affordability measure uses the median full-time employee salary for residents of the constituency. Weekly salary data is multiplied up to an annual figure and then averaged over three years (2016-18). Self-employed people and part-time workers are not included.
We aim to update this dashboard quarterly, in line with data releases from the Office for National Statistics, but the data shown here may not be the latest available. MPs and their staff can contact the Commons Library with queries about updates.
- House prices: ONS, House price statistics for small areas, Datasets 9 and 24
- Wages: Annual Survey of Hours and Earnings, 2016-18, via Nomis