Man City, Aston Villa and West Ham sit top of the table for new housing stock

Property developer, StripeHomes reveals the number of homes built across our premier league districts..

Next weekend will see the greatest league on earth come to a climax for yet another season and while this season has looked very different due to Covid, one consistent theme remains Man City’s Premier League pedigree as they look set to reclaim the league title from Liverpool.

Research by property developer, StripeHomes, has revealed that Man City sits top of the league when it comes to house building prowess as well as football. An analysis of housing delivery by StripeHomes shows that they also top the table in this respect. StripeHomes looked at the most recent number of net dwellings delivered (2019/2020) across each local authority home to a current Premier League team and reordered the league standings based on these totals.

Man City sits atop of all Premier League Clubs with 4,005, Manchester while its neighbouring Manchester United in Trafford recorded, just 689 placing Man United 16th and not far from the relegation zone. Aston Villa clinches the second spot with 3,740 net additional dwellings delivered across Birmingham, while London’s Newham has seen the next largest number (3,368), placing West Ham third in the league.

Newly promoted Leeds sit fourth, with 3,333 additional net dwellings, while Sheffield United see a complete reversal in fortunes, ranking fifth with 3,083 new homes across Sheffield. Last year’s champions Liverpool and rivals Everton share sixth place, with the city of Liverpool seeing 2,536 additional net dwellings. At just 165 new homes, Burnley sits bottom of the table, with Southampton (460) and West Brom (467) also joining them in the relegation zone.  

Managing Director of StripeHomes, James Forrester, commented:

“As a Newcastle fan, it’s great to see us break into the top 10 at least and even better to see that from a housing stock perspective, the vast majority of the top 10 are located outside of London. We’ve really seen the northern property powerhouse flex its muscles of late and act as the engine room of the UK property market in what has been a very busy period indeed. We’ve also seen strong house price growth being driven, in part, by the Midlands. All of which demonstrates the strength and diversity of the UK market and that it’s certainly not all about London. Of course, it’s no coincidence that Manchester sits top. The city has really become the shining star of the North in terms of encouraging business and also developing the city in order to facilitate those who have chosen to work and live there. Hopefully, it will now act as a base for yet more cities in the north to follow suit and tempt more companies and their staff away from the bright lights of the capital.”

TeamLA districtNet Add Dwellings (2019/20)
Manchester CityManchester4,005
Aston VillaBirmingham3,740
West Ham UnitedNewham3,368
Leeds UnitedLeeds3,333
Sheffield UnitedSheffield3,083
EvertonLiverpool2,536
LiverpoolLiverpool2,536
ArsenalIslington1,749
Crystal PalaceCroydon1,657
Newcastle UnitedNewcastle Upon Tyne1,522
ChelseaHammersmith and Fulham1,149
FulhamHammersmith and Fulham1,149
Leicester CityLeicester1,080
Tottenham HotspurHaringey865
Wolverhampton WanderersWolverhampton818
Manchester UnitedTrafford689
Brighton & Hove AlbionBrighton and Hove558
West Bromwich AlbionSandwell467
SouthamptonSouthampton460
BurnleyBurnley165
England243,770
Data sourced from Gov.uk – Live tables on housing supply: net additional dwellings
   

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