People wanting to own their own home in the future will have to face pay some frightening figures to get on the property ladder.

For housebuyers in Huddersfield could have to fork out as much as £313,000 for an average property, a survey suggests.

Analysis by online estate agent eMoov said the average house price in West Yorkshire could be £313,895 by 2030 – making many more properties in the county unaffordable for most would-be buyers.

The survey, which projects forward the average increase of 84% in property values between 2000 and 2015, forecasts an average house price of £281,971 for South Yorkshire and £400,3431 for North Yorkshire – while the average price in London is set to soar to £1.036m between now and 2030.

The survey showed suggested that by 2030, the average house price across England could be as much as £457,433 – close to the current asking price in London. The only regions offering an average house price below £280,000 in England and Wales would be Merseyside at £275,074, East Yorkshire at £277,411 and Durham at £279,985.

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Russell Quirk, founder and chief executive of eMoov, said: “The past 15 years have seen extreme growth in the price commanded for UK property as well as a crash as a direct result of this inflated growth.

“Although this research is only a projection of what may happen by 2030, it is safe to assume that with prices continuing to spiral beyond affordability, history could well repeat itself.

“Although rising prices are always good news for current homeowners, it’s extremely worrying to look at the difficulty many have in getting on the ladder at the moment, let alone with a price jump of 84% by 2030.”

He said the figures showed “just how dangerous this current artificial inflation of the market could be in the long run”. Said Mr Russell: “It’s not just London that will become beyond the reach of the average UK homebuyer, the issue will spread the length and breadth of England, Scotland and Wales.”