Wandsworth 012D sits within the Fairfield ward under the local district authority of Wandsworth.
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.
Overall, the UK considers itself to be healthy - 81.1% of residents rated their health as Very Good or Good.
Fewer people that live here regard their general health as bad when compared against the London region as a whole.
Across London, 5.0% of people regard their health as bad. In comparison with here, only 3.7% 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).
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.
91.5% of people living here don't have any issues that limit their day-to-day activities - this is 2.5% 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.
The residents of following roads fall within the catchment that make up this data set: