The value of Great Britain's homes has rocketed by £1.412 trillion to£5.752 trillion over the past 10 years - more than the combined GDP of France, Germany and Italy.
New analysis, which has measured the collective worth of all homes in England, Wales and Scotland and cut it by local authority, has revealed which areas have seen rocketing house prices over the past decade and which have been untouched by the 2006/2007 housing market boom and, latterly, the recovery.
Mapped: 10 years of Britain's house price boom (and bust) - Telegraph
In stark contrast, the total value of housing across the North West, North East and Yorkshire & Humber has only risen by £42bn, contributing to just 3pc of the value growth of UK housing stock over
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