The Evening Standard on the East London Line effect 2

Because you demanded it, here's the article the Evening Standard ran about the likely impact that the Clapham extension on the East London Line is likely to have on house prices along the route. This is a theme the paper is fond of.

They say:

Homebuyers take note: many good-value SE postcodes will no longer feel the isolation that has kept prices down in the past. Now could prove a good time to buy, before the full impact of the new line is felt and buyers pile in and push up prices.

Transport for London forecasts that the fully extended East London line will boost yearly passenger numbers from nine million to 40 million by 2016.

Obviously, it's not directly relevant to this area, but it shows that the ELL will continue to shine the spotlight on South East London until next year at least.