The Manchester Metrolink Rent Map 2015: How Far Will Your Money Go?

Metrolink Rent Map

Metrolink Rent Map

Manchester-based digital agency Digital Media Team has put together a handy rental map of Manchester, showing the average monthly cost for a one-bedroom property based on the postcode of each stop on the Metrolink route. It’s not as shocking as the London Underground Rent Map (£2920pcm for a one-bed at Hyde Park Corner, anyone?), but there are a few surprises along the way. You can view the image in full by clicking through to it above, or keep scrolling for a full list of the prices by area.

Eccles - Pomona

Eccles – Pomona

Eccles – £451
Ladywell – £442
Weaste – £442
Langworthy – £442
Broadway – £690
Media City UK – £690
Harbour City – £690
Anchorage – £690
Salford Quays – £690
Exchange Quay – £442
Pomona – £430

Altrincham - Trafford Bar

Altrincham – Trafford Bar

Altrincham – £596
Navigation Road – £596
Timperley – £472
Brooklands – £595
Sale – £595
Dane Road – £595
Stretford – £438
Old Trafford – £424
Trafford Bar – £424

Manchester Airport - Barlow Moor Road

Manchester Airport – Barlow Moor Road

Manchester Airport – N/A
Shadowmoss – £390
Peel Hall – £390
Robinswood – £390
Wythenshawe Town Centre – £390
Crossacres – £390
Benchill – £390
Martinscroft – £559
Roundthorn – £559
Baguley – £559
Moor Road – £559
Wythenshawe Park – £559
Northern Moor – £559
Sale Water Park – £595
Barlow Moor Road – £453

Firswood - East Didsbury

Firswood – East Didsbury

Firswood – £430
Chorlton – £453
St Werburgh’s Road – £453
Withington – £598
Burton Road – £598
West Didsbury – £598
Didsbury Village – £598
East Didsbury – £407

City Zone

Cornbrook – £636
Deansgate-Castlefield – £677
St Peter’s Square – N/A
Exchange Square – £734
Piccadilly Gardens – £785
Piccadilly Gardens – £785
Market Street – N/A
Shudehill – N/A
Victoria – £677
New Islington – £734

holt town - ashton-under-lyne

Holt Town – Ashton-Under-Lyne

Holt Town – £734
Etihad Campus – £757
Velopark – £757
Clayton Hall – £757
Edge Lane – £438
Cemetery Road – £438
Droylsden – £438
Audenshaw – £395
Ashton Moss – £437
Ashton West – £490
Ashton-Under-Lyne – £437

Monsall - Rochdale Town Centre

Monsall – Rochdale Town Centre

Monsall – £448
Central Park – £448
Newton Heath and Moston – £448
Failsworth – £401
Hollinwood – £338
South Chadderton – £338
Freehold – £338
Westwood – £338
Oldham King Street – £297
Oldham Central – N/A
Oldham Mumps – N/A
Derker – N/A
Shaw and Crompton – £554
Newhey – £429
Milnrow – £429
Kingsway Business Park – £429
Newbold – £429
Rochdale Railway Station – £372
Rochdale Town Centre – £429

Queens Road - Bury

Queens Road – Bury

Queens Road – £395
Abraham Moss – £395
Crumpsall – £395
Bowker Vale – £395
Heaton Park – £481
Preswtich – £481
Besses O’ Th’ Barn – £426
Whitefield – £426
Radcliffe – £361
Bury – £483

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