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Ilford voted second worst place to live in Britain

PUBLISHED: 09:49 21 May 2014 | UPDATED: 09:57 21 May 2014

Ilford has been voted one of the worst places to live in Britain in a survey.

Worst places to live in Britain

1. East London

2. Ilford

3. Croydon

4. East central London

5. Twickenham

6. Enfield

7. North London

8. Harrow

9. South east London

10. West London

Results from the Rightmove Happy at Home Index

In the Rightmove Happy at Home Index, completed by nearly 50,000 people, Ilford came in second place out of 111 areas, just behind east London.

Respondents were asked to rank 12 factors about their home life, including safety, recreation and contentment.

Ilford came in last for wellbeing, while east London was ranked lowest for decor and neighbourliness.

Do you agree with the survey? Or do you enjoy living in Ilford? Get in touch on Facebook or Twitter or email bethany.wyatt@archant.co.uk.

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