How much do you really know about the UK’s rental market?
That depends on where you live and what you do.
Here we give you a brief guide to the rents in each borough, which is a rough guide to what you can expect when you move in.
The rent figures below are from Rentrak, which tracks rent figures and is based on an average rent for the week, which can vary a lot by borough.
You can find more detailed information about the rent figures on their website.
The figures shown here are the most recent available from Rentraq.
The boroughs of Manchester, Bristol, Nottingham, Leicester, Hull, Sheffield, Sheffield Hallam, Birmingham, Nottingham Trent and Oxford are all shown as one unit.
In terms of rent, they are all quite expensive.
The cheapest place to rent in Manchester is £8,908 per week, while the cheapest in Bristol is £9,038 per week.
In the South West, it is £11,056 per week but you can pay more if you are in a bigger apartment, according to Rentrak.
But if you want a cheap flat in Manchester, you could spend £2,547 a week on a one bedroom flat.
The average rent in Leeds is £6,914 per week while in Sheffield it is just £4,069.
Here’s a look at how you can find out what the cheapest rents are for each area in England.
Bedrooms in flats in Manchester Bedrooms £1,049.88 per week £2 to £3,200 per week Bedrooms with attached bathroom £1