Print XCVI

The distribution of housing price inflation in Britain, 1986/1987.

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.

The overall picture is now even lighter. The southern rise has expanded in extent and the London area become a brilliant white (still peppered with a few actual falls in value). the average inflation has now risen to about 20% during these years, 50% at the highest; but a dark ring has spread around Glasgow, while central Liverpool and Bristol are also not faring too well.

Fourth print from a series of six.