Will London commuters head for Eastbourne?

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COMMUTERS can save a mammoth £8,000 a minute if they are willing to swap living in Lewes for a life by the sea in Eastbourne.

Research carried out by a leading estate agents this week has revealed that current average house prices mean people who face the daily slog up to London and back would be far better off if they relocated to the seaside towns at the end of the tracks.

Staff at Savills looked at 10 coastal towns with direct links to the capital and compared the cost of living with more established commuter towns on the same line.


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