The commuter city, 120 minutes from London, has been dubbed the worst place to live in Britain
While rents are skyrocketing in the capital, many want to sell and build a new life elsewhere.
Many may already have a dream place in the back of their minds, just outside of London, to avoid the rising cost of housing and to be able to afford to bet a little more on a lavish lifestyle.
For those looking for something, we have something incredibly useful for you – exactly where you shouldn’t be moving in 2022.
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That’s right, a new poll has revealed the “worst places to live in the UK” and you should heed our number one warning.
The poll conducted by iLiveHere found one spot to be the absolute worst – Peterborough.
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Peterborough is a cathedral city in Cambridgeshire, England, about a two-hour drive from London.
With a range of outdoor activities, theaters, annual festivals, and food and drink offerings, it’s hard to tell what the pool of over 125,000 people is complaining about.
But, according to the iLiveHere website, Peterborough actually took the bacon three years in a row.
When Cambridgeshire Live reported on some of Peterborough’s most memorable qualities, the lines at Turtle Bay, some questionable foundations, and three out of four of its clubs were all listed in the same building.
And some of the public comments left on the poll were pretty damning too.
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One wrote: “The atmosphere in Peterborough is exhausted. You feel totally isolated from the rest of the world and life in general, as if everything else is going on and you are not a part of it because you are stuck in this dump. ”
Another said: “When you book a weekend getaway in Peterborough, is it common for a stranger to make eye contact with you for more than three seconds and yell“ WHAT ”? and become extremely aggressive. ”
Huddersfield and Liverpool follow in second and third place.
The full top 10 are as follows:
So London seems to have emerged unscathed from the controversial poll of 50, with the exception of Croydon, which solemnly appeared in 32nd place.
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