"Figure 6: Eight out of the 10 local authorities with largest percentage change in affordability, were in London",""
"Median housing affordability ratio^1^ for the ten local authorities which have seen the highest percentage change in affordability over the five-year period, England and Wales, 2013 to 2018",""
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"Notes","1. Median housing affordability ratio refers to the ratio of median price paid for residential property to the median workplace-based gross annual earnings for full-time workers.
2. Local authorities are ordered by the percentage difference in the ratio of median house price to median annual earnings between 2013 and 2018.
3. The lines over each bar in this chart are confidence intervals. These refer to the degree of uncertainty around the affordability estimate. See Section 9 for more information.
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"Unit","Number of years' earnings equals average house prices"
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"Name","Affordability ratio","Lower confidence limit","Upper confidence limit"
"Barking and Dagenham 2013","5.54","4.46","7.28"
"Barking and Dagenham 2018","10.12","7.91","14.06"
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"Hillingdon 2013","7.28","6.72","7.93"
"Hillingdon 2018","13.18","11.60","15.26"
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"Redbridge 2013","8.68","6.48","13.15"
"Redbridge 2018","15.66","13.34","18.95"
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"Newham 2013","7.70","6.77","8.94"
"Newham 2018","13.41","11.62","15.85"
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"Lewisham 2013","8.20","7.18","9.56"
"Lewisham 2018","13.94","11.24","18.34"
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"Waltham Forest 2013","8.79","7.74","10.17"
"Waltham Forest 2018","14.85","12.61","18.07"
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"Watford 2013","7.74","5.95","11.06"
"Watford 2018","12.53","10.79","14.95"
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"Basildon 2013","6.55","5.73","7.63"
"Basildon 2018","10.59","9.02","12.82"
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"Haringey 2013","11.14","9.72","13.05"
"Haringey 2018","17.62","15.91","19.76"
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"Sutton 2013","8.32","7.52","9.30"
"Sutton 2018","13.07","9.61","20.42"