Print XCIV

The distribution of housing price inflation in Britain, 1984/1985.

Grey shades of a fixed equalized scale of housing price inflation from building society records in 10,444 wards on the equal population cartogram (Appendix D) software by author on an Archimedes computer.

A clearer picture begins to emerge of the rising prices in the South, although there are a still a few central black spots where the prices are falling. An actual fall in value in central Liverpool can also be discerned. Overall, the average inflation is around 7% and can be as high as 30%, in a few places over this one year .

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