House prices in east Bristol and Keynsham: the 15 neighbourhoods with the fastest rising prices

Prices rose quickly in some areas in east Bristol

House prices rose in most areas of Bristol in the year up to September 2022, latest analysis of offical figures shows. And what’s interesting is that many of the areas with the biggest surge were not the most affluent in the city and surrounding area.

It suggests that a lack of affordable property in some areas is pushing up the price of homes in others.

The figures are from the property price data published in the UK House Price Index (HPI), which shows the average price for a home in England was £312,513 in September 2022, a 9% increase on the previous year when the average property cost £286,832.

In total 71% of these neighbourhoods in England saw an increase in average house prices, with 12 recording at least a 50% rise, in the year to September 2022. As the figures cover small areas, average house prices can fluctuate due to low sales numbers and can be heavily influenced by factors such as a new development in the area.

Here we reveal which neighbourhoods in east Bristol, including South Gloucestershire, and Keynsham (not one ward in Keynsham features, but Keynsham South had the biggest rise of 4.1% ) which have seen the greatest increase in property prices in the last year. Images are for illustrative purposes only – we start with the area with the biggest price rise:

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