5 Worst Places to live in the UK

Based on my conversations with a lot of people I realise that when people start moving to the UK they don’t really know much about the place so they aren’t really the best judge of where they should be living in the first place right I mean a lot of them might have never visited the UK before or lived in the UK and the simple truth is we’re all moving here for what’s best for ourselves and for our families right and that decision can completely change the way you experience or perceive the UK so there are places in the UK that are an absolute dream to live in and there are places that can be quite the nightmare.

At number five is the place called Peterborough and if you haven’t heard of it, I don’t blame you I hadn’t heard of it either but apparently for a few years now it has been competing for the first place but this year round it slipped down to the fifth place off West places to live in the UK. Peterborough is located to the north of its much more famous neighbour Cambridge, one of the reasons it is one of the worst places to stay is its crime rate which is 45 higher than the crime rate of England queens and Northern Ireland which makes it the most dangerous city in Cambridgeshire the overall crime rate in Peterborough in 2021 was 111 crimes
per 1000 people so if you’re wondering why people think it’s so bad some of the residents that lived there said the problem with living over there is you feel that they’re totally isolated from everything else that you’ve cut off from the rest of the world now if you still plan on living in Peterborough that’s completely up to you but here are my three tips don’t make eye contact with strangers for more than three seconds, don’t park your cars in even slightly Shady car Parks or you might come back and not find your car there and the third one don’t listen too carefully to strangers while you’re passing by and you’ll probably miss all of the racist comments they’re probably passing.

At number four is Liverpool. Football fans might not agree but a lot of people think that Liverpool is an absolutely horrid place to live. Not me a lot of other people situated on the border of northern England and Wales and 39 minutes away from Manchester it is said to have drawn the West characteristics of both regions that is Welsh and Northern people. Liverpool is the most dangerous major city in merseyside and is amongst the top 10 most dangerous overall out of all of merseyside’s 39 towns Villages and cities. The overall crime rate in Liverpool in 2021 was 128 crimes per 1000 people now just some of the reasons a lot of people are not very happy with Liverpool is because of crime rates trade violence,gangs, drug violence, car burglary and
apparently random dog waste that seems to litter the Pavements so if you’re fine with all of these points I guess it’s all right for you to live in Liverpool otherwise you might want to rethink.

At number three we have Luton which is another name that pops up very often in the worst places to live in the UK located to the north of London and 44 minutes away from King’s cross Station. Luton is often lovingly referred to as England’s toilet. Luton is the most dangerous city in Bedfordshire and is amongst the top 20
most dangerous overall out of Bedfordshire’s 127 towns in villages and cities. The overall crime rate in Luton in 2021 was 85 crimes for 1,000 people so if you read the reviews on Luton, you’ll see one of these particular reviews which mentions that they saw a bunch of 30 kids bursting out of McDonald’s and they were punching each other and no one was really sure how much of it was ketchup and how much of it was blood and there was quite a bit of it apart from that the Town Center is apparently really dead and walking at night can be really challenging where your safety is concerned so if you do plan on living in Luton well here’s my advice don’t make eye contact in a pub, avoid Marsh Farm, don’t have high expectations of the train station and well very obviously avoid McDonald’s and you should be good.

At number two is Huddersfield another town notorious for coming up with bad reviews. It’s located just short of 30 minutes away from Manchester and Leeds some of the reasons for so much hated. The pollution levels, the uncleanliness and apparently the people in general residents also said there isn’t really anything in town apart from a few pound shops and very few coffee shops an interesting fact though is that apparently Huddersfield has more taxis per capita than any other place in the UK and apparently all driven by people who don’t care for the rules once a vibrant hub for Monday markets cinemas theaters dance halls swimming pools, galleries,fancy clothing, shops. Unfortunately none of that exists in Huddersfield right now and all you have is remnants of a lost era if you’re wondering how safe Huddersfield is, it is the safest major town in West Yorkshire and is the 24th most dangerous overall out of West Yorkshire’s 118 towns, Villages and cities. The overall crime rate in Huddersfield in 2021 was 105 crimes per 1000 people a word of advice
if you still plan on living in Huddersfield is be extremely careful with your phone and your wallet or before you know it you’ll realize they’ve been lift it off you.

At the first place is Aylesbury. It’s likely you haven’t heard of it but you know what in the poll that was taken. The residence of Aylesbury apparently voted for it with such a Vengeance that they made the place go viral just an hour away from Northwest of London and often used as a commuter Town Aylesbury is based in Buckinghamshire which actually boasts of some really beautiful places. Aylesbury however is often referred to as the boil on your unaware of Buckinghamshire, just some of the reasons why residents are unhappy is because of long queues of traffic crime, anti-social behavior and apparently Steward smell. On a hot day in the survey residents called out the town as being a crime hotspot one person even said if you are a middle to upper class family or an individual looking to move to Aylesbury then ensure you employ for full-time security guards and a dog and some barbed wire around, your house but that being said if you check crime rate and see that Aylesbury is the safest major town in Buckinghamshire and the 35th first most dangerous overall out of Buckinghamshire’s 216 towns Villages and cities the overall crime in Aylesbury in 2021 was just 80 crimes per 1000 people which is a lot lower than other places so I’d really say the jury is out and if
you actually check a lot of forums. You’ll find a lot of people actively supporting Aylesbury so well you never know and the same goes for other towns is where a lot of people vocally support. A lot of the towns mentioned on this list so to be really honest I genuinely think that if you do plan on moving to the UK and if you are considering any of these places you can consider the list of course but it’s also equally important for you to actually visit these places make an informed decision yourself without relying just on what you see here or what you see in articles so go experience the place for yourself and then decide if it’s right for you or not now if you are looking at the best places to stay.

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