London: North/South Divide?
So I'm going to London at the end of this month, and twice in August (I'm making it a kind of 2nd home). Obviously with it being the Capital there are certain aspects of live that are more expensive than in the North, such as property prices.
But are products like clothes, food etc really more expensive 'down South'. For example if you purchased £100 clothes from Next or Primark 'up North', would there be a huge price increase if purchasing the same amount of clothes in London?
- Anonymous9 years agoFavorite Answer
Prices can vary in the same shops in different regions but the difference ( if any) is usually quite small.
Not big enough to affect your lifestyle.
- 9 years ago
Some grubby places in the north and some grubby places in the south, mainly the south though .
- Anonymous9 years ago
Clothes will prob be the same if they from the same shops, food, travel, etc will be the things that cost more