Provision of bike parking and cycle lanes now rival proximity of tube stations and car parking in boosting property prices, according to estate agents.
The article in the Evening Standard says people in their twenties and thirties are no longer choosing dwellings by their proximity to tube stations.
Estate agents say an increase in cycling popularity has transformed the property market, with places such as Dulwich and Greenwich becoming particularly desirable.
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