Which place in UK is safest?
Swindon, Luton and London share the title of the safest places to live and work in England, according to research; Hull is the most dangerous.
Which UK city has the least crime?
Plymouth Wins Out Overall
In order to crown the overall safest city in England and Wales, we gave each city a safety score of between 1 and 25 for each topic of data. For example, Cambridge received a 1 for overall crime, while Newcastle received a 25.
Where should I live in UK?
25 best places to live in the UK
- East Hertfordshire, East of England.
- Fareham, South East.
- Hart, South East.
- Horsham, South East.
- Maldon, East of England.
- Selby, Yorkshire and The Humber.
- Hambleton, Yorkshire and The Humber.
- Babergh, East of England.
Where is the most depressing place to live in the UK?
On the flip side, Dudley was named the saddest place in the UK, with a happiness index score of 7.0. Nottingham and Dundee followed, scoring 7.1.
Where is the nicest cheapest place to live in UK?
Top 10 most affordable UK cities
- Londonderry. Average house price: £155,917. …
- Carlisle. Average house price: £163,232. …
- Bradford. Average house price: £164,410. …
- Stirling. Average house price: £208,927. …
- Aberdeen. Average house price: £205,199. …
- Glasgow. Average house price: £196,625. …
- Perth. Average house price: £203,229. …
Where is best climate in UK?
The 6 best places to live in the UK for sunshine and warmth
- Bognor Regis: England’s sun king. …
- Eastbourne, East Sussex: Brighton’s bustling cousin. …
- Hastings, Kent: the sunny heart of The Garden of England. …
- Central London: it’s sunnier and warmer than you think. …
- Tenby, Wales: the Welsh Riviera.
Where is the friendliest place to live in the UK?
Oxford has been revealed as the friendliest city in the UK. A poll of 3,000 adults across the nations revealed Wrexham was narrowly pipped to top spot by the Oxfordshire city.
Is UK safe to live?
The UK is generally a safe place to live with low crime rates and trusted police forces.
Is it better to live in Scotland or England?
In a league table of 272 regions of the EU, Scotland was rated higher than England when it came to quality of life – even though their weather is undeniably worse if you don’t love drizzle and shivering. People living there had better education and a more tolerant attitude towards minorities, the study found.