AFTER three years of holding the top spot of an unofficial list of the UK’s worst places Peterborough has finally been knocked off.
Every year, Brits put forward their own cities and towns for iLiveHere’s scathing list of the areas no one wants to live.
This year, 110,172 people told the satirical neighbourhood-reviewing website which 50 places relocators should avoid.
This year, the ‘title’ has changed hands. The ‘winner’ of iLiveHere’s worst place to live 2022 is the Buckinghamshire county town Aylesbury.
Locals who vented about their town spoke at length about what they seemed to believe was a lack of safety in area.
Anyone thinking of moving to Aylesbury was told to ‘ensure you employ four full-time security guards and a dog and some barbed wire around your house’.
This year’s list also features the likes of Huddersfield, Luton, Peterborough, Jaywick, Slough, and Bradford.
A the top of the other end of the list Stroud, in the Costwolds, was named as the best place to live in the UK last year.
Ranked as number one by the Sunday Times, boasts beautiful walks, independent shops, pubs and bars, 16 Michelin guide restaurants and easy connections to other parts of the country, including London.