Rent prices in Bury St Edmunds have increased more than almost anywhere else in the country according to new figures.
Bury St Edmunds is 3rd on the list of places, outside of London, with the hightest growth in average monthly rent in the past 10 years.
The figures, which were released by Right move puts Bury St Edmunds head of Edinburgh, Chatham and Hemel Hempsetad with Dundee in 2nd and Dartford at the top of the list.
- 1. Dartford, Â£1,063, +41%
- 2. Dundee, Â£568, +40%
- =3. Bury St Edmunds, Â£885, +39%
- =3. Edinburgh, Â£969, +39%
- =3. Gillingham, Â£842, +39%
- =6. Sevenoaks, Â£1,229, +38%
- =6. Chatham, Â£830, +38%
- =8. Waltham Cross, Â£1,091, +37%
- =8. Bicester, Â£932, +37%
- =8. Hemel Hempstead, Â£1,046, +37%