Commuters at Pewsey train station
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Soaring prices see commuters move out of London

Soaring house prices are making it more attractive for workers to move out of London and into a larger property but with a longer commute.

James Mahon explains why he moved to Wiltshire, some 80 miles away from his job in London while Belinda Aspinall from Life After London explains why the ultimate home is an hour away by train.

  • 18 Jun 2014
  • From the section London
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