Want to know where property values have climbed 7.5% in the past year alone? You've come to the right place...

Nottingham and Leicester have seen the fastest house price growth of any major UK city in the past year.

Meanwhile, Birmingham and Manchester have dropped out of Hometrack UK Cities House Price Index's top three rankings. But their rate of property price growth is still above average.

And London and Aberdeen are the only two cities to have registered house price falls over the last 12 months.

Taking a longer-term view, property values in a quarter of the UK’s largest cities are still struggling to recover to the level they were at during the height of the financial crisis. House prices in Belfast, Liverpool and Aberdeen are lower than they were in July 2008.

At the other end of the spectrum, property values in Cambridge have rocketed by 70% over the last decade, followed by London (65%), Oxford (55%) and Bristol (53%). But these cities are now witnessing the weakest annual rate of growth as tax changes and affordability pressures bite.

Want to know more? Check out our handy table below…

City

Average house price

Year-on-year change

10-year change

Nottingham £152,000 7.5% 27%
Leicester £173,000 6.6% 28%
Liverpool £117,800 6.3% -1%
Manchester £165,600 6.1% 23%
Birmingham £160,100 5.7% 24%
Leeds £164,700 5.7% 15%
Edinburgh £229,900 5.6% 14%
Bournemouth £292,000 5.4% 34%
Cardiff £205,000 5.1% 26%
Sheffield £135,900 4.9% 11%
Glasgow £122,000 4.6% 1%
Portsmouth £239,100 3.5% 36%
Belfast £129,700 3.2% -28%
Bristol £280,200 3.1% 53%
Newcastle £128,700 2.7% 3%
Southampton £228,000 2% 32%
Cambridge £432,500 1.2% 70%
Oxford £411,900 0.5% 55%
London £483,800 -0.1% 65%
Aberdeen £163,200 -4% -3%
20 city index £252,400 4.2% 40%
UK £215,700 3.7% 26%

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