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Prices of homes in London's outskirts surge ahead of fast rail network

Buyers are typically savvy young professionals squeezed out of other more central areas and looking for a quick commute to the City, says a property developer
Monday, April 11, 2016 - 05:50

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Construction at the site of the Crossrail Tottenham Court Road Station in central London. Crossrail is Europe's largest construction project.

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HOME prices are surging in London's outer districts as improvements to rail networks and lower prices lure Londoners further out of the expensive city centre.

Home values in West Ealing, where the commute time to London Liverpool Street will fall by half when a Crossrail

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