Many areas around the UK saw dramatic increases, with the pandemic seeing people buy homes, and property value soaring.
Here are the 10 councils in England that have seen the biggest house price increases, according to data from the Government’s UK House Price Index.
Rossendale Council in Lancashire recorded an annual change of 13.3 per cent. In November 2019 the average price was £142,502, in November 2020 it was £161,441.
Cotswold in East Gloucestershire recorded an annual change of 12.8 per cent. In November 2019 the average price was £383,220, in November 2020 it was £432,348.