Transaction volumes appear to have steadied nationally - a bit below 2015 levels for this time of year, but also above where they were in 2014.
And lots of boroughs beginning with 'H' 'ave also 'ustled well, including Havering, Hillingdon, Harrow, Hackney, and Haringey, for example, though confusingly Londoners don't pronounce their 'aitches (and come to think of it several of these boroughs aren't all that cheap any more either).
Year-on-year declines were also recorded in 'ammersmith & Fulham, Kensington & Chelsea, and Kingston Upon Thames.
Finally, about once every two to three months on average someone comes bleating to me that these are asking prices and not sales prices (I know, lol - it even says so on the chart).
Still, London asking prices have increased by well over +150 per cent since September 2003, so selling prices must have increased somewhere along the line, else all the vendors' expectations are rubbish.