London Planning Authorities

Residents per habitable room

This figure takes the 2018 population of the authority, divided by the total number of habitable rooms (based on 2015 housing stock data) to provide an approximate ratio of people per habitable room. The higher the figure, the more overcrowded the borough.

1Newham0.94
2Tower Hamlets0.89
3Hackney0.81
4Camden0.81
5Hammersmith & Fulham0.77
6Barking & Dagenham0.77
7Brent0.77
8Southwark0.77
9Islington0.76
10Waltham Forest0.73
11Lewisham0.72
12Greenwich0.72
Lambeth0.72
14Haringey0.71
15Redbridge0.71
16Hounslow0.71
17Westminster0.70
18Hillingdon0.70
19Barnet0.69
20Enfield0.68
21Ealing0.67
22Kingston-upon-Thames0.67
23Harrow0.67
24Wandsworth0.67
25Croydon0.65
26Sutton0.64
27Bexley0.62
28Merton0.62
29Kensington & Chelsea0.62
30Havering0.60
31Richmond-upon-Thames0.60
32Bromley0.59
33City of London0.51

Inner-London Borough

Outer-London Borough

(As defined by London Councils)

♦ Council Political Control

★ 2016 Mayoral Election Result

Sources

1) Population of London (UK) boroughs in 2018, Statistica, Published by Daniel Clark, Oct 28, 2019 2) "London Elections Results 2016, Wards, Boroughs, Constituency", Greater London Authority (GLA) 3) "Dwellings by Property Build Period and Type", LSOA and MSOA, Valuation Office Agency, 2015.

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