Top Guardian Locations

According to BBC News, there are 10 best places to live in the United Kingdom. While some people like to live in country villages, others love living in the big city. Camelot Europe has properties in different locations and we've lined up the top 10 places to live in the United Kingdom.

Background

The top 10 places to live in the United Kingdom were based on the employment rate, wellbeing and weather. These are the main factors that were taken into account while conducting the research about the best places to live in the United Kingdom.

Top 10 Guardian Locations in the UK

1.       Hart, South East

2.       Orkney Islands, Scotland

3.       Rutland, East Midlands

4.       Wychavon, West Midlands

5.       Winchester, South East

6.       Wokingham, South East

7.       Waverley, South East

8.       Craven, Yorkshire and the Humber

9.       Richmond shire, Yorkshire and the Humber

10.   Stratford-on-Avon, West Midlands

On first place is Hart, Hampshire. Hart is a local government district in Hampshire, England. The district is named after River Hart. Hart district is one of the richest and least deprived areas in the whole of the United Kingdom. Hart is the most desirable place to live for quality of life, according to an annual study conducted by the Halifax Bank. The study considered jobs, housing, health, crime, weather, traffic and broadband access.

Guardian Locations Camelot Europe

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