BC has shared plenty of stats about the Great Inversion, that's taking place in London, shifting prosperity and economic activity from outer to inner London. But as we mentioned, there are actually two great inversions taking place, as London begins to flip on its axis, from West to East.
An interactive map, released recently by the ONS, shows that shift in action. It allows you to chart the change in the relative economic performance of a region, using Gross Value Added as its key metric. In just 15 years (1997-2012) the change for Inner East London (including South East London) was dramatic.
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