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Wealth not air

Thrillist’s analysis of the best and the worst features of each London neighbourhood yielded fascinating results – most especially in the case of Kensington and Chelsea

 

This week, Thrillist published a map featuring the 33 boroughs within the M25 along with captions for what is best and what is worst about each. The results are revealing and in some cases extraordinary.

 

Best and the worst of each London neighbourhood - Thrillist - Kensington and Chelsea - wealth and poor air
A selection of the findings of the ‘Thrillist’ examination of the best and the worst of each London neighbourhood

 

Created using information taken from statistics, surveys and information available on the Internet, Thrillist found that Enfield is the borough where the “most swearing occurs on Twitter” and the one that has the “worst food hygiene”. The City of London meanwhile is the location of the “fewest schools” and the “most charities” and the City of Westminster has both the “most valuable houses” and the “highest crime rate”.

 

Of Kensington and Chelsea (the “most affluent” and the “most air pollution”), Thrillist concluded that “the residents are wealthy enough to afford the best of everything, except air”: How terribly ironic.

 

 

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