A site for development in Southall, London where over 6,000 new flats are expected to be built in the next 25 years. Photo: Eric Ng.

London’s outer boroughs draw foreign investors seeking cheaper housing, new rail links

  • The western fringes of Greater London are set to benefit from convenient access to the City of London, Heathrow and Canary Wharf when Crossrail opens next year
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A site for development in Southall, London where over 6,000 new flats are expected to be built in the next 25 years. Photo: Eric Ng.
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