Article preview: Where we decide to live is often a very personal decision. Lots of factors will influence our choice of home, including proximity to work or family, access to services, and how we choose to spend our free time. For some, that means living in the heart of a busy city. Others feel happier living in a sleepy suburb or quiet village. But where are the happiest places to live in the UK? New research, carried out by YouGov on behalf of Lloyds Bank, seeks to score the regions based on a happiness barometer. This measure of happiness considers whether we are happy or unhappy living in a particular place.
Where’s the happiest place to live?
This 584-word blog post considers new research from Lloyds Bank about the happiest places to live in the UK. Written on 16th July 2019.
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