Brompton & Hans Town, Kensington and Chelsea: Kensington and Chelsea 012B

How healthy are the residents that live here?

Kensington and Chelsea 012B sits within the Brompton & Hans Town ward under the local district authority of Kensington and Chelsea.

The data on this page (in orange) shows the health of the people living here. This area is compared against the average across London (blue) for reference.

How fit and healthy are the residents in this part of Brompton & Hans Town?

Overall, the UK considers itself to be healthy - 81.1% of residents rated their health as Very Good or Good.

People living here are healthy and have a better general health when compared against the rest of the London region as a whole.

Across London, 5.0% of people regard their health as bad. In comparison with here, only 1.6% regard their health as bad, so there are fewer people living here that suffer from bad health.

The chart shows how people living in this area rate their health (orange) and how it compares against London average (blue).

A healthy area would have orange bars that are higher than the blue bars on the left hand side of the chart (the 'Very good health' and 'Good health' categories) and orange bars that a lower than the blue bars on the right side of the chart (the 'Bad health' and 'Very bad health' categories).

How healthy are the people living here?

Kensington and Chelsea 012B London Difference
Very good health 64.9 % 50.5 % 29 %
Good health 28.9 % 33.3 % 13 %
Fair health 4.6 % 11.2 % 59 %
Bad health 1.2 % 3.7 % 68 %
Very bad health 0.4 % 1.2 % 69 %

The larger the percentage numbers in the coloured boxes, the bigger the difference between the two areas.

A healthy area will have high numbers in green boxes under "Very good health" and "Good health", as well as high numbers in green boxes under "Bad health" and "Very bad health".

...a green box under 'Very good health' shows that more people that live in this area have very good health.

So a healthy population will have green boxes under 'very good health' and 'good health' with high percentages in them.

Green boxes are good sign as it shows that the population are healthier than the general population as a whole in this region.

Conversely, red boxes signify the population is less healthy in this area than the area we're comparing it against.

How many people have a health condition that limits their day-to-day activity?

When a person is unable to do a task that they want to do, they are regarded as having their activities limited. It is linked to mobility, capability and independence of the residents living in this area.

95.6% of people living here don't have any issues that limit their day-to-day activities - this is 6.6% better than the wider region (London).

The people that live here of working age, have fewer health issues that impact their day-to-day activities when compared against the London region as a whole.

Kensington and Chelsea 012B London Difference
Activities not limited 95.6 % 89.0 % 7 %
Activities limited a little 2.9 % 6.1 % 53 %
Activities limited a lot 1.5 % 4.9 % 69 %

What roads make up this area?

The residents of following roads fall within the catchment that make up this data set:

  • Beauchamp Place
  • Beaufort Gardens
  • Brompton Place
  • Brompton Road
  • Brompton Square
  • Cheval Place
  • Egerton Crescent
  • Egerton Gardens
  • Egerton Gardens Mews
  • Egerton Place
  • Egerton Terrace
  • Ennismore Street
  • Glynde Mews
  • Hans Road
  • Montpelier Street
  • Ovington Gardens
  • Ovington Mews
  • Ovington Square
  • Princes Gate
  • Princes Gate Mews
  • Rutland Mews South
  • Rutland Street
  • Walton Place
  • Walton Street
  • Yeomans Row

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