Melton in Leicestershire is at the bottom of a list of places to live if you’re under 26, BBC analysis suggests.
Variables considered include access to mental health care, average rent prices and levels of unemployment.
The list ranks 378 local authorities in England, Wales and Scotland from highest to lowest. Comparative data for Northern Ireland wasn’t available.
Islington in London came top of the rankings, which are part of Radio 1 Newsbeat’s Know Your Place project.
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The data, which was selected by BBC News, also looks at the number of bars, pubs, clubs and music events in each local authority, as well as access to sports facilities and 4G.
The project also carried out a poll of more than 1,000 young people to help ensure that the measures used are important to them.
AVERAGE SCORE out of 10
Uttlesford scores 4 out of ten. Continue below for more details.
Proportion of area with good 4G signal: 86%
Number of journeys per day: 527
Metres of bus routes per square km: 1,356
Number of bars, clubs and pubs: 93
Number of music events: 13
Number of young people claiming welfare benefits per 1,000: 11
Mental health care
Proportion of monthly NHS mental health therapy targets hit: 100%
Proportion of area that is natural land: 2%
Average price per bedroom: £425
Number of sports facilities: 80
Percentage aged 16-25: 10%
Number of young people moving out of area: 201