The data used to generate this graph is obtained from five different sources and is automatically updated on a daily basis:

  1. The Land Registry which provides house price data for every street on Cressingham Gardens.
  2. The Land Registry which provides monthly average house prices in the London Borough of Lambeth.
  3. An Freedom Of Information request to Lambeth Council which lists the number of beds against each property on Cressingham Gardens Estate.
  4. Registered Institute of Charted Surveyors (RICS). In January 2015 some Cressingham residents paid for a valuation of their properties to provide a baseline valuation of their homes relativly early on in the regneration process.
  5. New build indicitive valuations published by Lambeth Council 2014. These figures incremnent based on a 5% increase per year.
These data-sets are merged together to create the data-set listed below which is used to generate the graph:


Using the graph:

Comments on the data:

  1. The graph indicates that Lambeth Councils 2012 proposal to regenerate Cressingham Gardens Estate, and subsequent decison to demolish, has depressed property values.
  2. The RICS valuations that can be seen at early 2015 (see data notes) support the idea that property prices are lower because of Lambeths regeneration proposals.
  3. The RICS valuations also indicate the 1 bed properties are massivly under-valued.