Have you ever debated with friends about which London borough is the best to live in? This new research has set out to find the answer.

The data is based according to happiness, affordability, crime rate, quietness, schools, green space and the “cool factor”.

South London is prominent on the list – with Richmond upon Thames clinching the top spot and Bromley and Sutton second and third respectively.

Richmond upon Thames has the highest amount of greenspace in London – a key reason for why it finished in first.

Bromley was ranked as the third happiest place to live and was in the top 10 for quietness and average rent places – resulting in an enviably number two spot.

The research, carried out by Attic Self Storage, found that Bexley, Kingston upon Thames and Sutton have the lowest crime rates in the capital.

Photo - Kingston Market 

Sutton Guardian:

Frederic de Ryckman de Betz, CEO at Attic Self Storage, said: “Moving to a new city can be daunting, especially one as large and varied as London.

“We’ve created this interactive piece with a view to helping people who may be considering relocating to decide where in the city would suit them best, whatever their priorities.”

The interactive map can be found here.

Photo - Greenwich Park 

Sutton Guardian:

Below is the list of the best places to live in London, according to research carried out by Attic Self Storage.

1 Richmond upon Thames

2 Bromley

3 Sutton

4 Kingston upon Thames

5 Ealing

6 Greenwich

6 Merton 18

8 Waltham Forest

9 Barnet

9 Kensington and Chelsea

11 Redbridge

12 Tower Hamlets

13 Harrow

14 Bexley

14 Hounslow

16 Southwark

17 Croydon

18 Barking and Dagenham

18 Hackney

20 Havering

20 Camden

22 Lewisham

23 Wandsworth

24 Enfield

24 Newham

26 Hillingdon

27 Hammersmith and Fulham

28 Westminster

29 Haringey

30 Brent

31 Islington

32 Lambeth