Ultra low emission zones and house prices

ended 22. October 2021

A journalist at the Daily Express is looking for transport and property experts to share their insight on whether the new ULEZ (Ultra Low Emission Zone) charges in London will affect the housing market. London is an increasingly unaffordable place to live as wages remain constant and the cost of living increases due to inflation. The new ULEZ charges will affect most London residents from 25th October, but will the areas that just miss the zone become more expensive, e.g. the west of Ealing/ Barnet.

1 responses from the Newspage community

"I don't think it will have a significant impact as there are a number of factors that affect house prices in London. More importantly is how close a property is to a local tube station, as that is always desirable for people living in the capital."