House prices in parts of west London are rising at more than £150 a day, new figures have revealed.
The new official house price index revealed that in five boroughs in west London, the average property price had increased by more than £100 per day in the 12 months since April 2015.
The biggest daily increase was seen in Ealing, where house prices have risen by 14% or by an average of £161 per day.
Harrow is a fraction behind on £160 and in Brent and Hillingdon homeowners are seeing their properties rise in value by £153 a day.
However, Hillingdon saw the biggest rise in the area over the past 12 months, with the average price in the borough increasing more than 16%.
The index also reveals the most expensive borough to live in was Kensington and Chelsea, where the cost of an average house was £1.3 million - though properties only rose £63 per day in the Royal borough.
This compares to Burnley, the cheapest area in buy a property in the UK, where an average house cost £73,000.
The figures come after it was revealed properties worth £12 billion are sitting empty across London, with 1,300 vacant addresses worth a combined £1.7bn in Kensington and Chelsea alone.
West London property price increases
|Borough||Ave price 2016||Ave price 2015||% increase||Real increase||Increase per day|
|Hammersmith and Fulham||£780,863||£751,604||3.9%||£29,259||£80|
|Kensington and Chelsea||£1,314,702||£1,291,645||1.8%||£23,057||£63|