Let's face it London's pretty expensive. If you're wanting to invest in the capital you want to make sure it's a worthwhile choice.

This comes in a whole range of things - deciding whether or not it's worth crossing London to try out a new pub, making a decision on travelling on the Tube or by train, and even where to go shopping.

These stakes double when it comes to property and it's important to be informed while making decisions.

It can be hard to read how the housing market in London is going to go and even harder to then pick an area from all of the fantastic boroughs to settle in.

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However, new research by Right Move has calculated which areas of London are expected to rise in value most.

Here's where is likely to be the best places to invest in London:

10. Haringey

The North London borough is expected to see a 10 per cent rise 

Thereís a bit of everything for Haringey residents. Live music and sport events take place frequently at Alexander Palace while Haringey Green Lanes sports some of Londonís best restaurants.

The borough also has excellent transport links including several buses straight into Central London.

House prices are expected to rise 10 percent.

9. Havering

Redbridgeís Essex neighbour is Londonís gateway to the East. The borough features Londonís most eastern point making it a short trip to the Thames Estuary and Essex and Kent coastlines.

Its position on the outskirts of London makes Havering one of Londonís greenest boroughs and Romford market provides plenty of surprises for shoppers looking for bargains.

House prices in Havering are expected to rise 10 percent.

8. Ealing

The Victoria Hall, Ealing is a public hall belonging to the west London community of Ealing for their recreational use. It was conceived in 1886 by Charles Jones the first architect, engineer and surveyor of Ealing Council. Its construction as an extension to Ealing Town Hall was funded by public donations and its operations governed by the Victoria Hall Trust, established in 1893. In 2015 the Council announced plans to sell off the Grade II listed building to a development partner on a long lease. The plan led to protests by local residentsí groups who called for the Hall to continue to be available for use as a public asset.
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Ealing is one of the few areas in West London still rising in value. With Crossrail expecting to connect Ealing to Central London faster than ever the area is sure to rise in popularity.

The area also sports a diverse variety of restaurants and has a large Sikh community based around Sri Guru Singh Sabha, the largest Sikh institute outside India.

House prices in Ealing are expected to rise 11 percent.

7. Newham

Neighbouring the London Olympic Stadium there is plenty of activities to do in Newham.

Residents can find endless sport venues across the Olympic legacy venues, take the cable car across the Thames or grab a bite to eat by Londonís docklands.

House prices in Newham are expected to rise 11 percent by 2024.

6. Islington

There's plenty to do in the North London borough 

Situated just north of Central London Islington is a cultural hub. Full of comedy clubs, theatres and streets of pubs and restaurants there is plenty to do in Islington.

Residents in Islington can escape London by walking down Regentís Canal, which dissects the borough, and can stop off for a snack or drink in little Venice.

House prices in Islington are expected to rise by 11 percent by 2024.

5. Barnet

Homes on Ingram Avenue, Barnet are worth nearly £9 million on average 

On the opposite side of the capital Barnet is one of Londonís most diverse boroughs.

Residents are often found strolling around nearby Hampstead Heath or Trent Park or enjoying something to eat in one of the boroughís many pubs or restaurants.

House prices in Barnet are expected to rise by 12 percent by 2024.

4. Lewisham

The South London staple continues to rise in popularity. The London Borough for Culture 2022 has plenty to offer residents including The Broadway Theatre and quirky Horniman museum.

Brockley market also offers a wide range of delicious seasonal food and thereís the phone box book library if you fancy a day in.

House prices are expected to rise by 13 percent by 2024.

3. Barking and Dagenham

Barking and Dagenham has one of the most diverse ranges of restaurants in London with everything from boutique bakeries and specialist pie shops to jerk chicken specialists.

There is also the stunning Mayesbrook Park to escape to.

Barking and Dagenham house prices are set to rise 14 percent by 2024.

2. Bexley

Bexley is undergoing huge redevelopment 

Positioned on the Thames in South East London, Bexley is undergoing a massive urban redevelopment.

With a variety of riverside walks, an intimate independent cinema, and its very own brewery Bexley is set to become a popular destination for Londoners.

House prices in the area are expected to rise 14 percent by 2024.

1. Redbridge

By 2024 prices in Redbridge are expected to rise as much as 17 per cent.

Properties in Redbridge had an overall average price of £473,974 over the last year, according to Real Estate website Right Move.

The borough is mainly made up of terraced properties which fetched an average price of £577,114.

Flats sold for an average of £185,612, with semi-detached properties fetching £637,429.

With stunning scenery around Valentines Mansion, autumnal strolls around forests and fast transport links into the centre of London it is no surprise the area is quickly rising in value.

Redbridge is also Londonís gateway into Essex and residents can enjoy horse riding, mountain biking and long strolls across Epping Forest.

The borough sports amazing transport links with 10 London Underground stations, Barkingside, Fairlop, Gants Hill, Hainault, Newbury Park, Redbridge, Snaresbrook, South Woodford, Wanstead and Woodford, and four overground stops: Chadwell Heath, Goodmayes, Ilford and Seven Kings.

It takes just eight minutes to get to Stratford International and 18 minutes to get to London Liverpool Street from Redbridge.

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