The Halifax reckons Winchester is now the least affordable UK city with the average property there going for 14 times the average income in the city.
(In Greater London, by comparison, properties are 11 times income, while the most affordably UK city is Londonderry, with a ratio of just 4.7. The average ratio is 8 times salary).
We want views on why Winchester has just overtaken Oxford as the UK's least affordable City? Ideally, but not necessarily, you'll be based in or around Winchester.