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India's super-rich - who are now buying Chinese assets in their droves - are buying property in England too. According to estate agents, the country's wealthiest have snapped up £4.8m worth of homes in London in the past year alone. According to data from C21, the country's wealthiest buyers spent a total of £4.8m in the UK over the past 12 months. Indian tycoons and their families took full advantage of the London property market, which saw prices rise by 21 per cent last year. Scroll down for video Super-rich: Indian tycoons and their families have snapped up £4.8m worth of homes in London in the past year More than 60 per cent of the homes were bought by foreigners - worth a total of £3.3m - although £1.5m was spent by Britons. Property website Zoopla said the most expensive property was a £30m penthouse at the One Hyde Park development in Knightsbridge. Most expensive: The most expensive property on the market was a £30m penthouse at One Hyde Park in Knightsbridge (pictured), which sold for £22.8m According to Zoopla, the most expensive home sold in London last year was a £22.8m penthouse at One Hyde Park, which was sold in April 2014 for £17.7m. The site claims the property was bought by multi-millionaire property tycoon Kishore Biyani. Other properties which sold for a total of £20m were bought by the Badri Group, whose chairman Dr Ashok Biyani, bought the London home of two-time Nobel Prize winning scientist and novelist Doris Lessing in Chiswick. The £9m two-bed home is described as 'an elegant Georgian terraced house with a large patio overlooking Chiswick Park'. English property sites have blamed rising house prices on the country's lax planning laws, which have made it easier to build new homes than to re-plan old ones. 'Overdevelopment is a common theme, with the consequence of too many homes in the same small area leading to rising prices and the inevitable consequence of housing shortages,' said the Association of Residential Lettings Agents. The government has sought to reduce over-inflated property prices through new building rules designed to protect tenants. Annual property









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