Emoov’s latest Property Hotspot Index, monitoring demand across all 280 tube stations in the capital & their change in demand since January has featured across the media over the last week.
Our research found that Watford was the most in demand station on the network and property along the Jubilee Line has seen the biggest increase over the last six months. Read the full report here.
This story was feature in:
- Our CEO speaking on London Live.
The Telegraph covered our story with a map which really shows the pockets of demand across the network. They also made a good point about the irony of the hottest London tube location not even being in London!
Our Tube Hotspots was also featured online by the Evening Standard highlighting that 8 out of 10 of the top stations are found in East London.
AOL Money covered the story online with a focus on Watford’s position as the number one tube station in terms of demand for property. Read AOL Money
MSN also covered the story again with the focus on Watford as the most in demand station on the network, before turning the attention to East London and the increasing demand in the area. Read MSN
As well as national pick up, our Tube Hotspots data also featured in over 15 regional titles in London and the surrounding area, both online and in print. Read the Watford Observer or The Woodford Guardian.
The latest Tube Hotspots Index was also picked up by the the local branch of Heart Radio via their website. Read Heart